bon-appeteats:

These came out much, much better. And I made the process a bit more streamlined so it doesn’t take over an hour and a half to get one betta finished. :) #handmade #polymerclay #miniatures #fish #betta #wip #tampacomiccon

bon-appeteats:

These came out much, much better. And I made the process a bit more streamlined so it doesn’t take over an hour and a half to get one betta finished. :) #handmade #polymerclay #miniatures #fish #betta #wip #tampacomiccon

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thebrackishtank:

The Tete sea Catfish or Colombian Shark Catfish (Ariopsis seemanni)
Though catfish are not normally thought of as salt-water fish, the Colombian Shark Catfish is a mid-brackish to fully marine fish that looks striking in the right aquarium. Even tempered towards fish it can’t swallow whole. As a social fish that grows up to a foot long, it’s best suited for large aquaria.

thebrackishtank:

The Tete sea Catfish or Colombian Shark Catfish (Ariopsis seemanni)

Though catfish are not normally thought of as salt-water fish, the Colombian Shark Catfish is a mid-brackish to fully marine fish that looks striking in the right aquarium. Even tempered towards fish it can’t swallow whole. As a social fish that grows up to a foot long, it’s best suited for large aquaria.

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thebrackishtank:

The Orange Chromide (Etroplus maculatus) is an Asian Cichlid that grows to about 3 inches in length. A true brackish fish, it’s one of the few fish in the trade that actually NEED brackish water, rather than being salt tolerant fresh (or fresh tolerant marine). Fairly mild by cichlid standards!

thebrackishtank:

The Orange Chromide (Etroplus maculatus) is an Asian Cichlid that grows to about 3 inches in length. A true brackish fish, it’s one of the few fish in the trade that actually NEED brackish water, rather than being salt tolerant fresh (or fresh tolerant marine). Fairly mild by cichlid standards!

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montereybayaquarium:

Menace or merely misunderstood? Despite appearances, the monkeyface-eel isn’t a true eel—and it definitely doesn’t act like one. This reclusive fish seldom travels more than 15 feet from its home, and mostly eats algae.Learn more(Photo: Charlene Boarts)

montereybayaquarium:

Menace or merely misunderstood? Despite appearances, the monkeyface-eel isn’t a true eel—and it definitely doesn’t act like one. This reclusive fish seldom travels more than 15 feet from its home, and mostly eats algae.

Learn more

(Photo: Charlene Boarts)


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apossibletwin:

I Love this little Red Shoulder Severum! He/She really has a beautiful pattern and I cant wait until he/she reaches full size and mature.

apossibletwin:

I Love this little Red Shoulder Severum! He/She really has a beautiful pattern and I cant wait until he/she reaches full size and mature.

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kiiyoshi:

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kiiyoshi:

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t-omeii:

05.23.14 - romping about sf: one fish, two fish...

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hightech-redneck:

I have a mighty need…..

hightech-redneck:

I have a mighty need…..

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