A dramatic duo of spitfire damsels that bring zip into the aquarium! Pick your stripes and you’re on your way to a tank of flash and pizzazz. These two Dascyllus damsels are awesome looking as juveniles and as adults. They are some of the few damsel species that keep the same high contrast color pattern throughout their entire lives. The Three... [Read more of this article]Endangered Species Day 2015, Celebrating Success!
May 15th is a wonderful day to recognize our nation’s success in helping endangered animals, and to join in the good fight! The successful prevention of extinction for imperiled animal life is beginning to unfold! The Endangered Species Day, started by the U.S. Senate, is celebrated on the third Friday in May each year. This is a wonderful day... [Read more of this article]
Now here’s a striking looking fish, but the Domino Damsel is also a fish with attitude! This damsel is so darn good looking with its bold pattern and unusual body shape. The brilliant white spot on a strong black background has earned it the name “domino!” Add to that its dynamic body shape and active nature, and you’ll quickly... [Read more of this article]
Want a terrific fish for your small saltwater aquarium? Look no further than this handsome little damsel! The Black Bar Chromis is great in small aquariums, whether it’s a community tank or a reef. It’s colorful and active with an overall good disposition. It is also quite small, barely reaching over 2 inches in length. It’s the perfect... [Read more of this article]Blue Green Chromis, The darling of the Damselfishes
The Green Chromis is simply a beauty to behold! Nothing is prettier than a lively school of shimmering Blue-green Chromis taking center stage in your aquarium. This damselfish is one of the best! It’s very active, yet has a peaceful nature, and is very hardy when taken well care of. Whether you’re an experienced aquarist or just starting... [Read more of this article]Getting Ready for a Singing Canary
Here’s what you need to know to get ready for your new singing canary! By Christine Dalecki When I was a child, my grandmother had a canary. I loved the song. When I was an adult I was injured and could not go to work for a while. I discovered the love of canaries again and started breeding them. I learned, usually the hard way, how to properly... [Read more of this article]