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We have all the Marineland LED kits in stock. They are a great kit for that first freshwater aquarium.
They are priced to sell. Come in to check them out
If you have a power outage and no generator, here are some things you can do.
1. Battery operated air pump. These pumps take d batterys and last about 20 hours per set of batterys. Unfortunatly we are sold out at this time and expert more on Wednesday.
2. Exchange water. You can just drain water from the tank into a bucket and pour it back into the tank, this will aerate the water
3. Water change. You can also do a partial water change to help aerate the water and reduce toxins such as ammonia and nitrate which will build up without filtration.
4. Don’t feed the fish! If you don’t feed the fish they cannot produce ammonia and the levels will not increase as much while your power is off.
Tetras are a group of mostly smaller, schooling fish. The most know tetra is the neon. Its bright red and blue horizontal stripes make this a popular choice among freshwater fish keepers. At our store we carry a wide variety of tetras with over 20 kinds currently in stock. You should come in and check out the tank raised HY511/peppermint tetras which we try and keep in stock. Other unusual verities include, Congo, Costello, and red fin blue Colombian.
The Lagoon stocks several species of beautiful and healthy Anthias (pseudoanthia sp.) which are often considered the prize of the saltwater aquarist’s tank. Our Bartlett’s Anthias (not pictured) are one of the hardiest species of Anthias available in the aquarium trade. They adapt well to aquarium life and are aggressive feeders unlike other anthias species that might take coaxing or special foods to get them to adapt to their new environment and feed correctly. They must be fed at least twice a day, and require a diet rich in meaty foods that contain zooplankton.