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FOM T 0112 Black molly
The black molly is completely black—body, fins, eyes. This is a flat, velvety black, ...
Describer: N/A
FOM T 1211 Mikrogeophagus altispinosus
Less intense than but similar in color to M. ramirezi, it has a pleasing pattern of gold belly ...
Describer: (HASEMAN 1911)
FOM T 1011 Kryptopterus minor
Truly a transparent fish, this animal’s bones and internal organs are all ...
Describer: (ROBERTS 1989)
FOM T 0811 Apteronotus albifrons
Has the typical culteriform (knife-like) shape of knifefishes. This species has no caudal or ...
Describer: Linnaeus 1766
FOM T 0611 Hybrid Parrot Cichlid (N/A)
Variability is great, both in form and in coloring. The fish share variations in coloration ...
Describer: N/A
FOM T 0411 Hypostomus plecostomus
Attractively spotted over the entire body and fins, with a prominent dorsal fin, this fish is ...
Describer: (LINNAEUS 1758)
POM T 0211 Hemianthus (Micranthemum) micranthemoides
Hemianthus micranthemoides is a well-known species that is popular in the hobby. This plant ...
Describer: NUTTALL 1817
FOM T 1210 Pterophyllum altum
A striking fish with bold vertical stripes and massively long dorsal and anal fins. Light ...
Describer: PELLEGRIN 1903
FOM T 1010 Beaufortia leveretti
This is one of several species sold as hillstream loaches. The unusual cupped fins of this ...
Describer: (NICHOLS & POPE 1927)
FOM T 0610 Danio rerio
Like most other danios, the zebra danio is a sleek, streamlined fish. Metallic blue and silver ...
Describer: (HAMILTON 1822)
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