Busy Bodies for the bottom of your tank.

Cory catfish make great additions to the bottom of your aquarium. They are often found in groups in large community tanks, and they add personality to the lower levels of the tank. These catfish are small, ranging in size from one to four inches in length. As they graze at the bottom of the tank, they don't interfere with faster, larger fish in other areas. They are non-aggressive, so they pose no threat to smaller fish. Cory catfish suck up food with their mouths and will not bite other fish intentionally or accidentally. They are social creatures and are happiest when kept with at least three members of the same species.


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Plecos are a type of freshwater fish that are very popular among aquarium enthusiasts. Bristlenose Plecos, also known as the Bushy Nose Pleco or Bristlenose Catfish, are a unique and fun species that can help keep algae at bay in your tank. They belong to the Loricariidae family and are easy to care for, making them a great choice for novice fish owners. They are also entertaining to watch! We offer a variety of Plecos in-store, such as Golden Vampire, Snowball Pleco, King Tiger Pleco, Orange Seam Pleco, Gold Nugget, Clown Pleco, Super Red Bushynose, Long Fin Gold Bnose, Blue Eye BNose, and more. Please call our store to get an updated inventory of our Plecos.



Loaches are amazing and fascinating creatures that can add interest to any freshwater aquarium. Typically, they are peaceful scavengers that spend most of their time searching for food on the bottom of the tank. It's worth noting that many loach species thrive when kept in groups, and some species may even become depressed if they are kept alone. Some of the most popular loaches that we usually have in stock include Clown Loach, Kuhli Loach, Horseface Loach, Weather Loach, and Yoyo Loach.



Clown Loach




Freshwater Invertebrates

Invertebrates are essential scavengers that are crucial to maintain a clean and healthy aquarium. For instance, snails help keep the balance and overall health of the aquarium as they feed on algae and organic debris. Some invertebrates are also fascinating to observe and are commonly kept as pets, like fish. Orange Dwarf crayfish, for example, have a stunning bright orange color that adds a pop of color to any tank! Their unique appearance and lively behavior make them an exciting addition to your aquarium, especially if you're looking to get into invertebrates.