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Fish of the month – Tiger Barbs

Our fish of the month are Tiger Barbs

Tiger barbs are a robust tropical fish originating from south east Asia. They typically grow no larger then 6cm and are best kept in groups of 6 or more. Tiger barbs unfortunately have a tendency to fin nip long finned fish, so we advise that they are not kept with species such as Guppies or Siamese fighting fish (Betta). Keeping them in large groups can something ease this behaviour as they will focus on annoying fellow tiger barbs, than other tankmates. Tiger barbs are available in a standard striped pattern (wild form) or ornamental varieties of green or red (albino). Overall Tiger barbs are an active and easy to keep species that is ideal for beginners.

Was £1.80 each

Now £1.20 each

All our livestock are quarantined for a minimum of 7 days prior to sale. If there are any fish of interest to you, please call (01392 876281) to check stock and avoid any disappointment before making a special trip. On occasion, livestock may be held in quarantine longer than 7 days if they do not meet our strict quality control criteria.

Read more about our aquatic department here.

New range of Tropical Fish

Exciting news, we have a whole new range of Tropical Fish at our Clyst St Mary Aquatics Centre, available from 1st March 2019.

 

Cardinal tetra

Black Moor Goldfish

Gold Ranchu Goldfish

Tiger Barbs

Green Tiger Barbs

Albino Tiger Barbs

Twig Catfish

Red Parrot Cichlids

Hongi Red top Cichlids

Dalmation Mollys

Bumblebee platys

Blue Neon Male Guppy

Butterfly Fish

Asst Oranda Goldfish

Yellow Peacock Cichlid

Asst Swordtails XL

Asst Female Guppy

L66 Kinf Tiger Pleco

L114 Pseudacanthicus leopardus Pleco

Male King Betta

Male Crowntail Betta

Panther Crab

 

All our livestock are quarantined for a minimum of 7 days prior to sale. If there are any fish of interest to you, please call (01392 876281) to check stock and avoid any disappointment before making a special trip. On occasion, livestock may be held in quarantine longer than 7 days if they do not meet our strict quality control criteria.

Read more about our aquatic department here.