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Dottybacks

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  • Splendid Dottyback - Manonichthys splendens

    Splendid Dottyback - Manonichthys splendens

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    Introducing the Splendid Dottyback - Manonichthys splendens, a captivating species cherished for its vibrant colors and engaging personality. Native to the Western Pacific Ocean, particularly around coral reefs and rocky outcrops, this stunning fish is a prized addition to marine aquariums, enchanting enthusiasts with its beauty and charm. Temperament & Captive Care: The Splendid Dottyback is known for its semi-aggressive temperament, which necessitates careful consideration when selecting tankmates. It may exhibit territorial behavior, especially towards other dottybacks or similarly colored fish. However, when housed with compatible companions, it can be a captivating addition to a reef community. Feeding: As a carnivorous species, the Splendid Dottyback primarily feeds on small crustaceans and zooplankton in its natural habitat. In captivity, it readily accepts a varied diet consisting of frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. High-quality pelleted or flaked foods designed for carnivorous marine fish are also suitable options. Aquarium Compatibility: Splendid Dottybacks are generally compatible with a wide range of tankmates, including peaceful reef fish and invertebrates. However, it is essential to exercise caution when housing them with other dottyback species or aggressive fish that may provoke aggression. Providing plenty of hiding spots and territories can help mitigate conflicts in the aquarium. Immerse yourself in the beauty and splendor of the Splendid Dottyback - a captivating species that adds a touch of elegance to your marine aquarium. With its vibrant colors and engaging demeanor, it is sure to be a source of fascination and delight in your underwater world.

    Out of stock

    $50.00

  • Elegant Dottyback - Pseudochromis elongatus

    Elegant Dottyback - Pseudochromis elongatus

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    Introducing the Elegant Dottyback - Pseudochromis elongatus, a captivating species prized for its sleek appearance and graceful demeanor. Native to the Western Pacific Ocean, particularly around coral reefs and rocky outcrops, this stunning fish is a cherished addition to marine aquariums, captivating enthusiasts with its beauty and charm. Temperament & Captive Care: The Elegant Dottyback is known for its semi-aggressive temperament, which necessitates careful consideration when selecting tankmates. It may exhibit territorial behavior, especially towards other dottybacks or similarly colored fish. However, when housed with compatible companions, it can be a captivating addition to a reef community. Feeding: As a carnivorous species, the Elegant Dottyback primarily feeds on small crustaceans and zooplankton in its natural habitat. In captivity, it readily accepts a varied diet consisting of frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. High-quality pelleted or flaked foods designed for carnivorous marine fish are also suitable options. Aquarium Compatibility: Elegant Dottybacks are generally compatible with a wide range of tankmates, including peaceful reef fish and invertebrates. However, it is essential to exercise caution when housing them with other dottyback species or aggressive fish that may provoke aggression. Providing plenty of hiding spots and territories can help mitigate conflicts in the aquarium. Immerse yourself in the beauty and sophistication of the Elegant Dottyback - a captivating species that adds a touch of elegance to your marine aquarium. With its sleek appearance and engaging personality, it is sure to be a source of fascination and delight in your underwater world.

    Out of stock

    $50.00

  • Black Neon Dottyback - Pseudochromis springeri x Pseudochromis aldabraensis

    Black Neon Dottyback - Pseudochromis springeri x Pseudochromis aldabraensis

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    Introducing the Black Neon Dottyback - Pseudochromis springeri x Pseudochromis aldabraensis, a captivating hybrid species that combines the unique traits of both parent species. Born from the Springeri Dottyback (P. springeri) and the Neon Dottyback (P. aldabraensis), this striking fish showcases a mesmerizing blend of colors and patterns. Temperament & Captive Care: The Black Neon Dottyback may exhibit a range of temperaments, influenced by characteristics inherited from its parent species. While generally semi-aggressive, individual behavior may vary. It's essential to provide plenty of hiding spots and territories in the aquarium to prevent aggression, especially if multiple individuals are kept together. Feeding: As a carnivorous species, the Black Neon Dottyback primarily feeds on small crustaceans and zooplankton in the wild. In captivity, it readily accepts a varied diet consisting of frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. High-quality pelleted or flaked foods designed for carnivorous marine fish can also be offered. Aquarium Compatibility: Careful consideration should be given to tankmates when housing the Black Neon Dottyback. While it may coexist peacefully with some reef fish and invertebrates, aggression towards other dottyback species or similarly colored fish is possible. Maintaining a well-structured aquarium with hiding spots can help minimize territorial conflicts. Immerse yourself in the captivating beauty of the Black Neon Dottyback - a unique hybrid species that adds a touch of intrigue to your marine aquarium. With its stunning colors and dynamic personality, it is sure to be a source of fascination and delight in your underwater world.

    Out of stock

    $50.00

  • Springeri Dottyback - Pseudochromis springerii

    Springeri Dottyback - Pseudochromis springerii

    Out of stock

    Introducing the Springeri Dottyback - Pseudochromis springerii, a captivating species cherished for its vibrant coloration and engaging personality. Originating from the Western Pacific Ocean, particularly around coral reefs and rocky outcrops, this stunning fish is a prized addition to marine aquariums, enchanting enthusiasts with its beauty and charm. Temperament & Captive Care: The Springeri Dottyback is known for its semi-aggressive temperament, which necessitates careful consideration when selecting tankmates. It may display territorial behavior, especially towards other dottybacks or similarly colored fish. However, when housed with compatible companions, it can be a captivating addition to a reef community. Feeding: As a carnivorous species, the Springeri Dottyback primarily feeds on small crustaceans and zooplankton in its natural habitat. In captivity, it readily accepts a varied diet consisting of frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. High-quality pelleted or flaked foods designed for carnivorous marine fish are also suitable options. Aquarium Compatibility: Springeri Dottybacks are generally compatible with a wide range of tankmates, including peaceful reef fish and invertebrates. However, it is essential to exercise caution when housing them with other dottyback species or aggressive fish that may provoke aggression. Providing ample hiding spots and territories can help mitigate potential conflicts in the aquarium. Immerse yourself in the beauty and allure of the Springeri Dottyback - a captivating species that adds a touch of elegance to your marine aquarium. With its striking appearance and engaging demeanor, it is sure to be a source of fascination and delight in your underwater world.

    Out of stock

    $50.00

  • Sunrise Dottyback - Pseudochromis flavivertex

    Sunrise Dottyback - Pseudochromis flavivertex

    Out of stock

    Introducing the Sunrise Dottyback - Pseudochromis flavivertex, a dazzling species renowned for its vibrant coloration and lively disposition. Originating from the Western Pacific Ocean, particularly around coral reefs and rocky outcrops, this captivating fish is a prized addition to marine aquariums, captivating enthusiasts with its beauty and personality. Temperament & Captive Care: The Sunrise Dottyback is known for its semi-aggressive temperament, which necessitates careful consideration when selecting tankmates. It may exhibit territorial behavior, especially towards other dottybacks or similarly colored fish. However, when housed with compatible companions, it can be a captivating addition to a reef community. Feeding: As a carnivorous species, the Sunrise Dottyback primarily feeds on small crustaceans and zooplankton in its natural habitat. In captivity, it readily accepts a varied diet consisting of frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. High-quality pelleted or flaked foods designed for carnivorous marine fish are also suitable options. Aquarium Compatibility: Sunrise Dottybacks are generally compatible with a wide range of tankmates, including peaceful reef fish and invertebrates. However, it is essential to exercise caution when housing them with other dottyback species or aggressive fish that may provoke aggression. Providing ample hiding spots and territories can help mitigate potential conflicts in the aquarium. Immerse yourself in the beauty and radiance of the Sunrise Dottyback - a captivating species that infuses your marine aquarium with a burst of color and energy. With its striking appearance and engaging demeanor, it is sure to be a source of fascination and joy in your underwater world.

    Out of stock

    $50.00

  • Neon Dottyback - Pseudochromis aldabraensis

    Neon Dottyback - Pseudochromis aldabraensis

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    Introducing the Neon Dottyback - Pseudochromis aldabraensis, a stunning species known for its vibrant coloration and lively demeanor. Originating from the Western Indian Ocean, particularly around coral reefs and rocky areas, this captivating fish is a prized addition to marine aquariums, enchanting enthusiasts with its beauty and personality. Temperament & Captive Care: The Neon Dottyback is known for its semi-aggressive temperament, which makes it important to choose tankmates carefully. It may display territorial behavior, especially towards other dottybacks or similarly colored fish. However, when kept with suitable companions, it can be a captivating addition to a reef community. Feeding: As a carnivorous species, the Neon Dottyback primarily feeds on small crustaceans and zooplankton in the wild. In captivity, it readily accepts a varied diet consisting of frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. It may also accept high-quality pelleted or flaked foods designed for carnivorous marine fish. Aquarium Compatibility: Neon Dottybacks are generally compatible with a wide range of tankmates, including peaceful reef fish and invertebrates. However, caution should be exercised when housing them with other dottyback species or aggressive fish that may provoke aggression. Providing plenty of hiding spots and territories can help minimize conflicts in the aquarium. Immerse yourself in the beauty and vibrancy of the Neon Dottyback - a captivating species that adds a splash of color to your marine aquarium. With its striking appearance and engaging personality, it is sure to be a source of fascination and delight in your underwater world.

    Out of stock

    $50.00

  • Striped Dottyback - Pseudochromis sankeyi

    Striped Dottyback - Pseudochromis sankeyi

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    Introducing the Striped Dottyback - Pseudochromis sankeyi, a captivating species known for its vibrant coloration and distinctive striped pattern. Native to the Western Pacific Ocean, particularly around coral reefs and rocky outcrops, this striking fish is a popular choice for marine aquariums, captivating enthusiasts with its beauty and personality. Temperament & Captive Care: The Striped Dottyback is known for its semi-aggressive temperament, which makes it important to choose tankmates carefully. It may display territorial behavior, especially towards other dottybacks or similarly colored fish. However, when kept with suitable companions, it can be a captivating addition to a reef community. Feeding: As a carnivorous species, the Striped Dottyback primarily feeds on small crustaceans and zooplankton in the wild. In captivity, it readily accepts a varied diet consisting of frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. It may also accept high-quality pelleted or flaked foods designed for carnivorous marine fish. Aquarium Compatibility: Striped Dottybacks are generally compatible with a wide range of tankmates, including peaceful reef fish and invertebrates. However, caution should be exercised when housing them with other dottyback species or aggressive fish that may provoke aggression. They thrive in aquariums with plenty of hiding spots and live rock structures to explore. Immerse yourself in the beauty and charm of the Striped Dottyback - a captivating species that adds a touch of elegance to your marine aquarium. With its vibrant colors and engaging personality, it is sure to be a source of fascination and delight in your underwater world.

    Out of stock

    $50.00

  • Electric Indigo Dottyback - P. fridmani x P.sankeyi

    Electric Indigo Dottyback - P. fridmani x P.sankeyi

    Out of stock

    Introducing the Electric Indigo Dottyback - Pseudochromis fridmani x Pseudochromis sankeyi, a mesmerizing hybrid species that combines the vibrant colors and bold patterns of its parent species. Born from the Orchid Dottyback (P. fridmani) and the Magenta Dottyback (P. sankeyi), this unique fish showcases a dazzling array of electric blue hues and striking markings. Temperament & Captive Care: The Electric Indigo Dottyback inherits traits from both parent species, which can influence its temperament. While generally semi-aggressive, individual behavior may vary. Providing ample hiding spots and territories in the aquarium is crucial to prevent aggression, especially if multiple individuals are kept together. Feeding: Being carnivorous, the Electric Indigo Dottyback primarily feeds on small crustaceans and zooplankton. In captivity, it readily accepts a varied diet consisting of frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. High-quality pelleted or flaked foods designed for carnivorous marine fish can also be offered. Aquarium Compatibility: Careful consideration should be given to tankmates when housing the Electric Indigo Dottyback. While it may coexist peacefully with some reef fish and invertebrates, aggression towards other dottyback species or similarly colored fish is possible. Maintaining a well-structured aquarium with hiding spots can help minimize territorial conflicts. Immerse yourself in the electrifying beauty of the Electric Indigo Dottyback - a captivating hybrid species that adds a vibrant spark to your reef aquarium. With its dazzling colors and dynamic personality, it is sure to be a source of fascination and delight in your underwater world.

    Out of stock

    $50.00

  • Indigo Dottyback - P. fridmani x P.sankeyi

    Indigo Dottyback - P. fridmani x P.sankeyi

    Out of stock

    Introducing the Indigo Dottyback - Pseudochromis fridmani x Pseudochromis sankeyi, a captivating hybrid species that inherits traits from both parent species. This unique fish is a product of crossing the Orchid Dottyback (Pseudochromis fridmani) and the Magenta Dottyback (Pseudochromis sankeyi), resulting in a stunning combination of colors and patterns. Temperament & Captive Care: The Indigo Dottyback may display a range of temperaments, depending on the individual characteristics inherited from its parent species. It is advisable to provide plenty of hiding spots and territories to prevent aggression, especially if multiple individuals are kept together. Careful observation and monitoring of tank dynamics are essential to ensure compatibility with tankmates. Feeding: Like its parent species, the Indigo Dottyback is carnivorous and primarily feeds on small crustaceans and zooplankton. It readily accepts a varied diet in captivity, including frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. High-quality pelleted or flaked foods designed for carnivorous marine fish can also be offered. Aquarium Compatibility: As with other dottyback species, the compatibility of the Indigo Dottyback with tankmates may vary. It is generally recommended to avoid housing them with other dottyback species or aggressive fish that may provoke aggression. Providing ample hiding spots and territories can help minimize conflicts in the aquarium. Immerse yourself in the beauty and intrigue of the Indigo Dottyback - a unique hybrid species that adds a touch of fascination to your reef aquarium. With its stunning colors and intriguing behavior, it is sure to be a source of wonder and delight in your underwater world.

    Out of stock

    $50.00

  • Orchid Dottyback - Pseudochromis fridmani

    Orchid Dottyback - Pseudochromis fridmani

    Out of stock

    Introducing the Orchid Dottyback - Pseudochromis fridmani, a captivating species cherished for its vibrant coloration and bold personality. Native to the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aqaba, this stunning fish is a popular choice for reef aquariums, captivating enthusiasts with its beauty and charm. Temperament & Captive Care: The Orchid Dottyback is known for its semi-aggressive temperament, which makes it important to choose tankmates carefully. It may display territorial behavior, especially towards other dottybacks or similar-looking fish. However, when kept with suitable companions, it can be a captivating addition to a reef community. Feeding: As a carnivorous species, the Orchid Dottyback primarily feeds on small crustaceans and zooplankton in the wild. In captivity, it readily accepts a varied diet consisting of frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. It may also accept high-quality pelleted or flaked foods designed for carnivorous marine fish. Aquarium Compatibility: Orchid Dottybacks are generally compatible with a wide range of tankmates, including peaceful reef fish and invertebrates. However, caution should be exercised when housing them with other dottyback species or aggressive fish that may provoke aggression. They thrive in aquariums with plenty of hiding spots and live rock structures to explore. Immerse yourself in the beauty and vibrancy of the Orchid Dottyback - a captivating species that adds a touch of color to your reef aquarium. With its stunning appearance and engaging personality, it is sure to be a source of fascination and delight in your underwater world.

    Out of stock

    $50.00

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