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Tropical Fish Selection

Here we are aiming at show casing what selection of tropical fish is available in the South African market. The fish shown here is a guide on what we can offer, prices will vary and can change without notice due to international currency fluctuations and on stock availability.

We strongly advise you the aquarist to rather place a "Purchase Order" of the fish you desire so that we can process the order and send through the pro forma invoice to complete the order along with shipping fee. If you would rather wishto select the fish yourself we welcome this and you may pop us a visit at our store Jozi Pets in JHB north and arrange a time to conclude the order.

Special orders on rare fish or never seen in a typical pet store can be arrange on a pre paid order basis only. Date of arrival of fish will be notified and collection is required on the delivery date. We cannot hold onto fish orders longer than 24hrs. If you cannot see what you are looking for please do contact us for further details.

All images are stock images and not that of the actual fish in store!

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Glo Widow Tetra Assorted Colours

Calm and colorful, GloFish Tetras make a great starter fish for beginners. These peaceful community fish form schools and prefer to live in groups of 5 to 7 fish.
د.إ.‏ 15.44

Moonlight Gourami (Trichogaster microlepis) 50mm-60mm

The common name moonlight gourami describes this peaceful labyrinth fish quite well.
Its body is silver-colored with a slightly greenish hue that is not unlike the soft glow of moonlight.
Like all labyrinth fish, Trichogaster microlepis has a special organ that allows it to breathe air directly.
Because of this labyrinth organ, it is not unusual to see it go to the surface to gulp air.
د.إ.‏ 18.32

Neon Tetra (Paracheirodon innesi) 15mm-20mm

The Neon Tetra is often described as the jewel of the aquarium hobby. It is easy to see why it is one of the most popular freshwater tropical fish.
With its iridescent blue body and bright red tail, Paracheirodon innesi creates an exciting splash of color in any aquarium, especially when kept in schools of six or more.
د.إ.‏ 3.91

Albino Neon Tetra (Paracheirodon innesi) 15mm-20mm

The Neon Tetra is often described as the jewel of the aquarium hobby. It is easy to see why it is one of the most popular freshwater tropical fish.
With its iridescent blue body and bright red tail, Paracheirodon innesi creates an exciting splash of color in any aquarium, especially when kept in schools of six or more.
د.إ.‏ 5.74

Marble Kissing Gourami (Helostoma temminckii) 90mm-100mm

Kissing gouramis, also known as kissing fish or kissers, are medium-sized tropical freshwater fish comprising the monotypic labyrinth fish family Helostomatidae.
These fish originate from Thailand to Indonesia. They can be food fish which are farmed in their native Southeast Asia.
د.إ.‏ 51.35

Pink Kissing Gourami (Helostoma temminckii) 50mm-60mm

Kissing gouramis, also known as kissing fish or kissers, are medium-sized tropical freshwater fish comprising the monotypic labyrinth fish family Helostomatidae.
These fish originate from Thailand to Indonesia. They can be food fish which are farmed in their native Southeast Asia.
د.إ.‏ 17.01

Ember Tetra (Hyphessobrycon Amandae)

The Ember Tetra is a gorgeous fish that will light up any aquarium.
They are a peaceful fish, active and playful, and because of its size and ease of care, it will suit both a nano tank or a community aquarium making it a popular fish for any aquarist.
د.إ.‏ 3.64

Snakeskin Gourami (Trichopodus pectorali) 70mm-75mm

The snakeskin gourami (Trichopodus pectorali), is a large labyrinth fish, that despite its size is a highly sought after community fish.
It was originally native to Thailand, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, but in recent years it has spread to Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Papua New Guinea, India and the Philippines.
د.إ.‏ 41.92

Cardinal Tetra (Paracheirodon Axelrodi)

The Cardinal tetra is arguably the world's most popular aquarium fish species. It is similar in appearance and often confused with the Neon tetra.
د.إ.‏ 6.79