WHERE PRICE IS SHOWN = IN STOCK......NO PRICE = AWAITING NEW STOCK
  BUTTON Mature aquariums 5 weeks plus.
Congratulations,  On completing the maturation cycle within the aquarium
filter. This means: your aquarium filter (sponge) has been colonised by a
 large number of beneficial bacteria. The bacteria will consume (absorb)
any ammonia and nitrite (fish waste etc) from your aquarium water,
allowing your existing fish to swim in sweet clean water! However beware,
the bacteria is sensitive to 'chlorine'. Chlorine in tapwater will kill all baceria, so
never clean your filter sponges under the tap. The bacteria  in your
filter have absorbed all of the ammonia and nitrite from your aquarium,
they have converted it into a less harmfull compound called'Nitrate'.
Nitrate is quite tollerable in modest quantities, though if left alone this
'Nitrate' could build up to toxic levels. To prevent Nitrate poisoning,
use a gravel cleaner to change 50% of your aquarium water monthly
         
So what fish can you have now?    The answer is: ANY.
Just remember to follow a few simple rules.
Sometimes big fish eat little fish! So be careful to mix and match appropriately. Big fish in small tanks are often, 'Angry fish'. The rule of thumb is: 1cm of fish body length for every 10 litres of water (100l tank = 10cm fish) 'exclude tail!For a very good quality of life for your fishes. allow 1cm of (body length) fish for every litre of aquarium water.

Here are a few of the categories of fish you can now have in your aquarium.

TETRA FAMILY
  Neon Tetra –  Paracheirodon innesi NEON TETRA FOR SALE Neon Tetra prefers planted systems with plenty of low light areas to hide. To best recreate its natural habitat, place rocks and driftwood amongst the plants for added areas of refuge. However, the Neon Tetra will tend to swim or remain suspended in the water column.  
  Neon Tetra – Paracheirodon innesi
   neon tetra xl
ANGELFISH AND CICHLID FAMILY
  3cm German Rams - Europe bred german rams Ramerizi cichlids are among the bestof all cichlids, mostly peacefull and beautiful. There is about a 1 in 25 chance of buying a dominant individual. they must have clean water and no other dominant fish in the aquarium to thrive. 
RAINBOWFISH FAMILY 
  M  Praecox Rainbow praecox rainbow for sale  The Praecox Rainbow, otherwise known as the Dwarf Neon Rainbow, is a peaceful schooling fish. Although Praecox Rainbows have large mouths, their throats tend to be narrow. With this in mind, foods should not be too large. 64-72° size up to 3".  
BARB FAMILY 
  TIGER BARBS &
Black Ruby Barb - Puntius nigrofasciatus
black ruby barb for sale Ruby Barbs are schooling fish that should always be kept in groups of five or more. They are less nippy than their cousin the Tiger Barb, and are suitable for community aquariums with other peaceful fish. Tetras, Barbs, Danios, Catfish etc. 
Corydoras and other catfish 
  Corydoras Julii or Trilineatus cory julii for sale  Corydoras catfish are suitable for newly set up aquariums (7 days+) .They can tollerate small amounts of nitrite and ammonia. The are usefull, as they scavange the food that the fish in the upper water column miss. 
All livebearing fish guppies etc.
. Assorted Male Guppy  guppy male for saleguppy male for sale The male guppy thrives in an aquarium with at least 12 gallons (60 litres) of wa
64-82° F.  Males are more colourful than females and have a pistol shaped anal fin.
         
PLUS MANY MANY MORE. 
TO HELP YOU CHOOSE YOUR FISH.
We are always happy to help you make an informed decision about stocking your aquarium. Please take a few minutes to write down the types of fish you currently have in your aquarium, this will help us to help you. Also the capacity and dimensions of your aquarium is usefull information when selecting new tankmates.
LEGAL INFORMATION.
Without adequate information about your aquarium we cannot offer advice about suitable and compatable species. Southend Council, Operate the 'Model conditions for pet shop vending' licence conditions.To comply: We have to decline live animal sales if there is a risk to the health or welfare of the animal, or adequate information is not available when suppling an animal.