Tropical Community Fish
Below is a list of the tropical community fish for sale that we keep in stock regularly. Many additional species will be available from time to time, but the list below represents species that are kept almost permanently in stock as part of our huge range.
However, we still recommend phoning first if you will be travelling to visit us for a certain species!
Please note that although the species below are often included under the general banner of "community fish", this does not mean that they are all suitable to be mixed with each other, or that they will be suitable for any community tank.
Our staff will be happy to advise you on suitable fish available to buy for your particular setup.
Black Neon tetras
Black Phantom tetras
Black Widow tetras
Bleeding Heart tetras
Buenos Aires tetras
Purple Emporer tetras
Red Phantom tetras
Red eye tetras
Rummy Nose Tetras
White Fin Tetras
Barbs, Danios and Rasboras
Black Ruby barbs
Odessa / Ticto barbs
Red Line Torpedo barb (denisonii)
Tiger barbs, gold
Tiger barbs, green
Glowlight Danio (choprae)
Orange Finned Danio (kyathit)
White Cloud Mountain minnows
Guppies (several colour varieties)
Mollies (several colour varieties)
Platies (several colour varieties)
Swordtails (several colour varieties)
Gouramies & Bettas
Betta / Siamese Fighting Fish, Betta splendens:
We have 50 individually filtered tanks for Bettas, and keep a great selection of colour and fin varieties in stock,
including Veiltails, Crowntails, Half Moons, Rosetails, Super Delta Dragons and "Dumbo Ear" fighters.
Blue / Lake Kutubu rainbow
Neon dwarf rainbow
Red striped rainbow
rare and unusual fish list for additional less-common Rainbowfish in stock).
'Sharks' & related species
Red Finned shark
Red Finned shark, albino
Red Tailed Black shark
Siamese algae eater
Burmese / Golden Zebra Loach
Chain Loach (Ambastaia sidthimunki)
Horseface Loach (Acantopsis sp)
Pakistan / YoYo Loach
Polka Dot Loach (Botia kubotai)
Sucking Loach / Algae Eater
Zebra / Candy-Stripe Loach
See separate lists for shrimp and other inverts,
Corydoras catfish, etc that may be suitable for community tanks.
Less common examples of community fish can also be found on our oddballs,
rare and unusual fish list.