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Neon Rosy Barb

Neon Rosy Barb

The Neon Rosy Barb is pretty and always on the move, a lively flash of glowing color!The Neon Rosy Barb is one of the most colorful varieties developed from the popular Rosy Barb Puntius conchonius. This variety is truly striking with its glowing, rosy body. A school of these illuminated beauties are fun to watch because they are constantly on the move....

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Montipora Plate Coral

Montipora Plate Coral<br>

Montipora Plate Coral will grow quite large, and give you ample opportunity to frag as well!The Montipora Plate Coral Montipora capricornus is also known as the Whorl Bowl Coral. This is a very attractive small polyp stony (SPS) coral, and a favorite of reef aquarists. In its natural colors it can be purple, blue, brown or green and some have a contrasting edge color under stronger lighting....

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Saddle Wrasse

Saddle Wrasse

It& 39;s very pretty when its young, but the Saddle Wrasse gets even more colorful as it ages!The Saddle Wrasse is endemic to Hawaii where it is called & 34;hïnälea lau-wili& 34;. Though it has a limited geographic location, it is one of the most numerous and common fish in those waters. It can be distinguished not only by its color but by its characteristic swimming pattern, beating its pectoral (side) fins up and down in a & 34;flying& 34; motion....

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African Side-necked Turtles

African Side-necked Turtles

Distribution: This group of turtles are known as the African Side-necked Turtles or the East African Serrated Mud Turtles. They are classified in the genus Pelusios and Pelomedusa and belong to the family Pelomedusidae. There are fifteen species in the Pelusios genus found in Africa, the Seychelles, and Madagascar....

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