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The Florida blenny is a small fish growing to a maximum length of 4 in. but a more typical length is 2.4 in. The single, continuous dorsal fin has about six spines and nineteen soft rays. The anal fin has eighteen or nineteen rays. The color of this fish is a mottled or speckled brown. The sexes differ in that the female has the first anal spine reduced in size. In the breeding season, territorial males have enlarged anal spines with associated fleshy lobes and longitudinal folds of skin. These males also grow larger than the females, have pale longitudinal markings, an iridescent blue spot at the front of the dorsal fin, an orange streak running backwards from the blue spot and orange coloring on the gills and throat.

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Brackish water Archer Fish. Great for terrariums! Watch as they target insects on branches above with jets of water spit from their mouths. The jet of water knocks the insect into the water where the Archer waits to eat it.


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The Blackfin shark will do well in any freshwater aquarium with some salt added, or in a Brackish water aquarium.


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The Sailfin Molly, Poecilia latipinna, is a species of fish, of the genus Poecilia. They inhabit freshwater, brackish, and coastal waters from North Carolina to Texas and the Yucatan Penninsula of Mexico.The sailfin molly was originally described in 1821 as Mollienesia latipinna by the naturalist Charles Alexandre Lesueuer, who based his description upon specimens from freshwater ponds in the vicinity of New Orleans, Louisiana. Sailfin mollies feed primarily upon algae and other plant materials, although they will consume a number of aquatic invertebrates, including the larvae of mosquitos. The sailfin molly is a tolerantt species, as it can exploit the thin film of oxygen-rich surface water with its upturned mouth, so is able to survive oxygen-depleted habitats. A euryhaline species, the sailfin molly may be found in a variety of saline environments, tolerating salinities as high as 87 ppt and breeding in brackish waters.


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Fat Sleeper Gobies live in intertidal areas on muddy bottoms, and is more frequent in brackish water. It can be found commonly in freshwater or saline coastal pools and river mouths. These fish are jumpers. Be sure to have your aquarium covered. They do get large(4.5″-5.5″). They will eat what they can catch and fit in their mouths. Our Fat sleepers range in size from 1.5″-3″. You may specify size when ordering in the comments are of the shopping cart.


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