Demitry fish

Tonic – General Fish Cure

Wunder Tonic 50ml

A general cure.

Effective against many problems including Fungus, Shimmius, Whitespot, Tailrot and mouth fungus.

Treat on day 1, 3 and day 4 give 25% water change and does again, treatment may be repeated if necessary.

Remove activated carbon from filter during treatment, Replace with new carbon once dosing is complete.

1ml per 20L.


Price: $13.50

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Upside-Down Catfish – Synodontis nigriventris

Upside-Down Catfish – Synodontis nigriventris

You tube video of fish available

Numbered among the Synodontis species, the upside-down catfish is aptly named for its upside down swimming posture. They are an extremely popular species that apparently have been admired for countless centuries, as their images have been found in ancient Egyptian art.

Considered a dwarf catfish, they reach an adult size of only three to four inches. Like other members of the Mochikidae family, they have large eyes, a large adipose fin, a forked tail, and three pairs of barbels. Their light brown colored body is covered with dark brown blotches of various sizes. Interestingly, the underside of the body is darker hued, which is the opposite of fish that swim with their belly downwards. This reverse coloration serves to camouflage them when they swim upside down at the surface of the water.

Although they frequently swim upside down, don’t be surprised if they swim normally for periods of time. This is particularly true when they want to graze the bottom of the tank for morsels of food. Young Upside Down Catfish do not swim upside down until they are several months old. Like other catfish, they have sharp fin spines that can cause injuries when moving them. Take care when netting or moving these fish.

Upside Down Catfish tend to be most active at dusk and during the night hours. Use of a moonlight light tube will allow owners to view their night activities.

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Price: $21.00

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UV Light Bulb PL 9w

UV Light Bulb PL 9w

Replacement UV light Bulb for UV filter systems

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Price: $46.00

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Vege Wafers 45g Aqua One *Special*

Aqua One Vege Wafers 45g

Herbivorous fish species require a much higher amount of plant and algae matter in their diet. Aqua One Vege Wafers was specifically formulated to fulfil the needs of bottom feeding algae grazing fish such as Ansistrus, Suckermouth Catfish, and Plectosomus by providing high amounts of Spirulina, Algae Meal and Alfalfa.

A well rounded multi-vitamin complex and a wide variety of vital minerals ensure a healthy immune system and overall health. The 32% protein provide the energy for growth and repair, resulting in beautiful healthy fish.

Aqua One Vege Wafers are suitable for herbivorous species such as Bristle Nose Catfish and plecostomus species and can be fed daily or occasionally to compliment fresh foods.

Fish Meal, Krill, Soyabean Meal, Flour, Yeast Powder, Alfalfa Powder, Algae Meal, Spirulina, Fish Oil, Multi Vitamins, Minerals

* Contains vital minerals for herbivorous fish species
* Comprehensive Multi-vitamin complex for great overall health
* Highly digestible to reduce waste levels
* Slow sinking formula for bottom feeders
* Contains Spirulina to naturally improve fish pattern and colours

Guaranteed Analysis
Protein Min 32%
Fat Min 3%
Fibre Max 6%
Moisture Max 10%
Ash Max 12%

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Price: $6.00

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White Cloud Mountain Minnow

White Cloud Mountain Minnow

The white cloud mountain minnow is an extremely hardy fish that can withstand a wide range of temperatures. The white cloud mountain minnow can be kept in an aquarium without a heater as long as the temperature does not drop below 45°F (7°C). They are peaceful and are suitable tank mates for a community tank as long as the aquarium temperature doesn’t get too high. Many keep these minnows in small desktop tanks.

The White Cloud Mountain Minnow will eat flakes, frozen, freeze dried and live foods.

Scientific Name : Tanichthys albonubes

Care Level : Easy, good for freshwater beginners

Life span : 3 – 5 years generally, possibly longer

Size : Up to 2 inches (5 cm)

pH : 6 – 8

Temperature : 45°F – 70°F (7°C – 21°C)

Water Hardness : 5° to 25° dH,

Origin / Habitat : China

Temperament / Behavior : Peaceful and best kept in schools of 6 or more.

White Cloud Mountain Minnow Breeding : Easy. Give them a water temperature around 68°F and they will lay their eggs on the bottom of the tank. You will have to remove the adults because they will eat the eggs.

Aquarium Size : 5 gallon or larger.

White Cloud Mountain Minnow Tank Mates : Many, given the generally peaceful nature of the White Cloud Mountain Minnow.

Fish Disease : Freshwater Fish Disease – Diagnose, Symptoms and Treatment

Diet / Foods : Omnivore – will eat many food items including flakes, pellets and live foods.

Tank Region : All over the tank

Gender : Males will have more color than the females.

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Price: from $4.00

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White Spot Cure 50ml – Wunder

White Spot Cure 50ml – Wunder

Very effective in the treatment of ich/whitespot.

Toxic in overdoes. Not safe with sensitive fish such as tetras etc.

Treat on day 1 and half dose (1ml per 40L) again on the 3rd day, monitor fish closely during treatment.

Remove activated carbon from filter during treatment, replace with new carbon once dosing is complete.

1 ml per 20L
(Half Dose 2ml per 40L)

Please note this cure may damage live plants and stain aquarium silicone.


Price: $12.50

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Whiteworm Starter Culture

Whiteworm Starter Culture

Comes with instructions on keeping and growing your culture

Great Live food for most Tropical Fish

My little Freshwater Puffers love these


Price: $8.00

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WLPET 3 in 1 Floating Breeder

Side and Bottom vents allow for optimum water flow
comes with lid and features V-partition
Suckers for fixing to inside of aquarium
Floating breeder for live-bearers or guppies
Maturation tank for fry(baby fish)
Isolation tank for injuried or agressive fish
External measurements:16L x 8W x 8H cm

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Price: from $11.00

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Wunder Formalin 5% 50ml

Formalin is used as a bath treatment to control external parasitic infections of fish. It is extremely effective against most protozoans, as well as some of the larger parasites such as monogenetic trematodes. Formalin effectively kills parasites on gills, skin, and fins. It is not the preferred treatment for external bacterial or fungal infections. In addition, high concentrations of formalin are used to control fungi on fish eggs. Formalin is not effective against internal infections of any type.


Price: $8.50

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Yoyo Loach

Yoyo Loach

Auction for one Yoyo Loach but more available

currently approx 5cm

Scientific Name: Botia almorhae (Gray, 1831)

Common name: Yoyo Loach, Almorha Loach, Pakistani Loach, Reticulated loach

Synonyms: Botia lohachata

Distribution: India, Nepal, Bangladesh.

Sexual Dimorphism: Females generally plumper all over than males and can get extremely fat when full of eggs. Males exhibit redness around barbels and mouth.

Maximum size: 6 inches

Similar to: Botia rostrata, Botia histrionica

Care: In nature, the fish live in calmer water pool areas of highland streams. The young are usually found in more lowland waters. The tank should include lots of hiding places amongst rocks and driftwood. Excellent diggers that appreciate a sand substrate to protect the delicate barbels. Lighting should be subdued.

Feeding: Good quality flake, sinking pellets, algae wafers, chopped earthworms, thawed frozen Bloodworm, Mysis Shrimp, chopped cocktail shrimp. Avoid over-feeding as these fish are very greedy. This species is an avid consumer of snails.

Water parameters: pH:6.5-7.5 Hardness: Medium Max dh: <12

Temperature: 76ºF to 82ºF(22-27.7°C)

Breeding: Not bred in aquaria, but mature females regularly fill with spawn.

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Price: $17.00

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Zebra Loach

Auction is for one Zebra Loach

Scientific name: Botia striata

Tropical Fish

Its relatively small size and peaceful nature make it an excellent choice for most community settings.

Care: A peaceful, active, shoaling species that should be maintained in groups of 5 or more in the community aquarium. Keep on a fine sandy substrate in order to protect the delicate sensory barbel area, and ensure that there are plenty of hiding places in the aquarium amongst bogwood, caves, and plants. Clean, well-aerated water is a must.

Feeding: Will accept most brands of dry sinking catfish pellets, but should be offered a variety of frozen foods to supplement the diet – mosquito larvae, brineshrimp, and daphnia are usually taken with much enthusiasm. Vegetable matter such as slices of cucumber will also be appreciated. This species, as with other Botiine loaches, will eat small aquatic snails

Water parameters: Soft and slightly acidic is best. pH: 7.0 or below, dH:

Temperature: 73F to 81F (23-27C)

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Price: $17.00

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Zebra Pleco L46

Scientific Name: Hypancistrus Zebra
Common Name(s): Zebra Pleco, Imperial Pleco, L46, L48
Care Level: easy to medium
Size: 3 – 4 inches (7.5 – 10 cm)
pH: 6.5 – 7.0
Temperature: 78 – 86 °F (26 – 30 °C)
Origin / Habitat: South America: Xingu River basin (fishbase).
Lifespan: 10 – 15 years or longer
Temperament / Behavior: Can become territorial with their own species, but are usually peaceful with most other tank mates.
Zebra Pleco Tank Mates: Needs to be with peaceful tank mates.
Diet: Omnivorous, will accept a wide range of foods, but frozen/live foods preferred. Supplement their diet with zucchini slices and similar veggies.
Tank Size: A minimum of 100 litres

This fish is also commonly known as the Zebra Pleco, Imperial pleco or by the L numbers; L46. The zebra pleco has bold black lateral stripes running across a white body with a black stripe running over the body from one pectoral fin to the other. The dorsal fin has a high expansion and it is possible to develop a blue twinge when in prime condition. It has a sucker mouth with 4 whiskers. Like other pleco’s it has a flat-ish stomach.These pleco’s come from the rivers of Rio Xingu, Para and Brazil. They require a pH of 6-7.5 but seem to be doing best in a water pH of 6.5 or just under 7.0. A minimum tank size of 100 litres is required and a temperature of 26 – 30 °C
Rocks and decorations should be placed in the aquarium in a way that caves and hiding places are created for them, so that they can take refuge when necessary. It is believed the more hiding places there are the more they will come out into the open, knowing they will be able to hide whenever they want. Fine sand or river gravel should be used for substrate. Rocks should be placed in the aquarium to imitate its natural environment as well as driftwood. A powerful filter is needed as they require a strong current.


Price: $400.00

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Zelandia Sword – Micro Sword

Lilaeopsis Nova-Zelandae
upto 10cm

The Micro Sword plant is known by many names, including Micro Sword Grass, Brazilian Micro Sword, Copragrass, and Carpet Grass. It is an very interesting-looking aquatic carpeting plant that always looks excellent in the foreground of aquariums. Micro Sword grass strands are thicker and shinier in appearance than hairgrass, but it grows just as fast and can give your aquarium a similar serene, prairie-like look.
Micro Sword grass is known to grow extremely fast under the right water conditions and is capable of quickly carpeting the floor of your aquarium. It grows much taller than other carpeting plants, making it excellent for providing cover for shrimp, fish, or any other critters that might dwell in your tank. It may require trimming back due to its speed of growth, especially in set-ups with high-intensity lighting. Interestingly, Micro Sword grass can thrive whether it’s partially or fully immersed in water.  If you want your Micro Sword to grow quickly, water with high amounts of nutrients is vital.
This plant is very low-maintenance, making it great for both beginners and experienced aquarium hobbyists!  It does not need any special or high-intensity lighting, and it is perfectly safe to keep with all aquatic animals.  The tall grass provides great cover and, like all live plants, helps keep water clean and high quality.

Trop/Cold water 15-26 deg

Most Aquarium Plants that are members of this family are quite easy to keep, and give a wild lawn effect in the aquarium.

They tolerate a wide Temperature range and medium light is best.

Maintenance Class : This plant is classed as fairly easy to care for.

Tank Position : This plant is recommended for a foreground planting position.

This Plant Is Suited To The Following:

A pH range between 6.0 and 8.0.
Soft to Hard water attributes.
Temperatures between 59 and 79 Fahrenheit (15 to 26 Celsius).
Medium intensity lighting.


Depending on which supplier i get these from sometimes they are potted and sometimes they are bunched. The potted ones are genrally smaller amounts of plant and the bunches larger so both are the same price.

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Price: from $6.00

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Zodiac Loach

Zodiac Loach

Auction for one Zodiac loach but more available

Scientific name: Mesonoemacheilus triangularis (Day, 1865)

Common name: Batik loach, Zodiacloach

Synonyms: Nemacheilus triangularis, Noemacheilus triangularis triangularis

Distribution: Western Ghats, Kerala, India

Sexual Dimorphism: Unknown

Maximum size: 2.5 inches (5.8cm)

Similar to: Mesonoemacheilus guentheri, various Nemacheilus species

Care: The tank for this fish should mimic its natural environment in the gravel bottom hillstreams of India, in other words, typical brook loach conditons. That includes clean, well oxygenated water with a good flow, gravel substrate, plenty of rocks and hiding places. Hiding places are particularly important for this territorial species.

Feeding: Bloodworms, brine shrimp and mysis shrimp are preferred foods.

Water parameters: pH: 7.0-7.5 Hardness: medium Max dh: 12

Temperature: 68ºF to 79ºF (20-26°C)

Breeding: This species has been bred in captivity using a spawning mop.

Best Snail eater available

Currently approx 4-5cm

This is certainly one of the most attractive loaches found in the aquarium trade today. Its fiesty behavior can be very entertaining to watch and should be considered while choosing tank mates. It can be kept in groups (provided there are sufficient hiding places) or alone.

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Price: from $18.00

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