They are also known as the Coolie Loach, the Leopard Loach or the Cinnamon Loach. This Loach has an eel body shape body that is yellow to pink in color, with multiple dark brown bands or stripes that partially or fully encircle the body and they are scavengers making them great aquarium cleaners. The advantage of this Loach over others is its size. They have a head with no scales, and they are very sensitive to medications. The coolie loach is most active at twilight and at nighttime, both in nature and in the home aquarium, while remaining hidden during the day.
This peaceful snail has a highly variable range of colors and patterns on its shell and is a very attractive and useful algae-eating scavenger that is great for the nano or planted aquarium. This peaceful snail has a highly variable range of colors and patterns on its shell and is a very attractive and useful algae-eating scavenger that is great for the nano or planted aquarium.
Popular for their unique patterns and colors, as well as their practical benefits. They work hard to clean algae off of glass, plants, and decorations, they eat hair algae, and they keep your substrate clean and the correct color.
Cladophora Aegagropila 'Marimo Moss Ball'
- Origin: Cladophoraceae Originated in Japan. “Moss” ball is a misnomer, as Marimo moss balls consist entirely of algae – not moss.
Care level: Easy Low to moderate light is a must and water tolerance is 6 – 24°C.
Height: 1-4 cm These plants are non-rooted mosses that are simply placed on the substrate.
Growth: Fast To produce fresh plants from the mother plant, simply divide the ball into smaller pieces.
Borneo Sucker Loach
Known as Borneo Suckers or Hong Kong plecos. These fish come from the rapid-moving streams of Asia, and their streamlined bodies are built to withstand those strong currents. Specifically, these loaches were named for the island of Borneo, which is located in Malaysia. Due to their hydrodynamic shape and the conditions of their natural habitat makes it clear that these fish prefer a fast-moving, oxygen-rich environment like the streams they came from, and these conditions can be replicated in your aquarium by installing powerheads.
Microsorum Pteropus ‘Mini fern’
Origin : Polypodiaceae Cultivated in Southeast Asia.
Care level: Easy They can grow in low light conditions and a wide range of water parameters 4 – 30°C.
Height: 3-5 Inches It can grow fine when attached to aquascaping hardscape like driftwood and stones. If planted in the bottom of the aquarium you should not cover the rhizome because it will rot.
Growth: Medium Propagation is done by snipping off a section of rhizome with a few leaves attached.
The neon tetra has a slender torpedo-shaped body that reaches no more than an inch and a half in length. What this fish lacks in size, it makes up for in color. From the tip of its nose to the adipose fin, the neon tetra has a bright neon blue stripe.
Brilliant Rummynose Tetra
It display a variety of different colors and patterns across their body. This unusual mix of styles makes them stand out in your tank as one of the most attractive fish. These tetras are popular because of their interesting colors and patterns across their body. Most of their body is plain silver. Their head is a deep red which gives them their name. The caudal fin stands out just as much as the head. It has a zebra-like design of black and white horizontal stripes.
Microsorum Pteropus ‘Java fern’
Origin : Polypodiaceae It grows along the banks of freshwater rivers and streams in Thailand, Malaysia, India and China.
Care level: Easy It can tolerate low to moderate light. It prefers addition off Co2 and water temperature 15-28 °C.
Height: 5-11 Inches Java fern is an epiphyte, meaning its roots attach it to something, like a piece of driftwood or tree roots, instead of rooting itself in sand or soil.
Growth: Slow Propagation is done by snipping off a section of rhizome with a few leaves attached.