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The Wonderland Reef

Marine Fish, Invertebrates, Corals

See what's new in our reef tanks. Below is a sampling of some of the more common marine life in our tanks. Things change pretty rapidly, so there is no guarantee that what you see is still in stock, but I will do my best to keep this up to date. Please call or stop in to see what we have currently.
Marine Fishes
Species Available Notes
Yellow Tang Yellow Tang
Zebrasoma flavescens
Yes Eats filimentous algae, and lots of it, grazing among the rocks for most of the day, reef safe
Sailfin Tang Sailfin Tang
Zebrasoma veliferum
No An impressive fish, reef safe, a beautiful addition to any larger marine tank
Potter's Angel Potter's Angel
Centropyge potteri
No A great reef inhabitant, easy to keep and feed, do not mix with other dwarf angel species unless you have a large tank with a lot of rock
Pygmy Angel
Gorgeous little reef safe Angel
Four Stripe Damsel
Good little starter damsel, feisty little fish, make sure you have enough room/rock/territory for others to retreat to if neccessary
Azure Damsel
Chrysiptera nemicyanea
Bright blue with yellow underbelly
Yellow Tail Damsel
Chrysiptera parasema

Easy to keep and feed, a good starter fish or nice to add some color to your tank

Green Wolf Eel
Congrogadus subducens
No Keep with larger fish, this predator will eat whatever fits in his mouth, nevertheless a fascinating fish
False Clownfish
Amphiprion ocellaris
Yes A few pairs are back in stock, watch these great little fish play around your anemones
Thalasoma Wrasse
Thalasoma lunare
Watch these great little fish "fly" around your tank, mowing down the brine shrimp and copepods
Hippo Tang Blue (Hippo) Tang
Paracanthurus hepatus
No A beautiful and colorful addition to your tank, "Dori" is generally hardy and safe in the reef tank
Brown Sailfin Tang
Zebrasoma scopas
Yes A nice sailfin that will eat a fair amount of algae in your tank
Banded Shark Banded Shark
No A beautiful, docile black and white banded shark safe in the reef tank, more suited to the larger aquarium
Red Parrot
Checkered Watchman Goby
Blue Bar Basslet
A nice little fish to watch dart around your reef
Half-black Angel
Coral Beauty

If there is a particular fish you are looking for, please let us know and we will see about it's availability. For your convenience, some of the more popular maintenance and food items can be ordered from our aquarium products page.

Species Available Notes
Emerald Crabs
No Eats filimentous algae and bubble algae, great for keeping algae in check, reef safe
Boxer Crab
Lybia Tesselata
Cleaner Shrimp
Lysmata grabhami
Fire Shrimp
Lysmata debelius
Camel Shrimp
Rhynchocinetes durbanensis
No Not reef safe, will eat some polyps

Peppermint Shrimp

Coral Banded Shrimp Coral Banded Shrimp
Stenopus hispidus
No Out of stock
Turbo Grazers
Yes Keep one Turbo grazer snail per 5 gal of tank water to keep that algae down
Nassarius Snails
Nassarius spp
No These are interesting little snails that burrow down into your substrate to find goodies
Mexican Turbo Grazers
Yes These snails are much bigger than the regular Turbo grazers and have a divided foot, they can flip themselves over if they hit the bottom
Blue Leg Hermit Crabs
Yes It's good to have a little crew of these guys working for you in your tank
Scarlet Reef Hermit Crabs

Still Expanding!:

Our marine fish, invertebrates, and corals section continues to grow and is now in a dedicated marine room! Please check back often to see what's new or let us know if there is something you are looking for. Sorry for some of the blurry images, I will take better images and add them as time permits.

Species In Stock? Notes/WYSIWYG whenever possible
Yes This one is green with white tips Small Frogspawn
Green Stars
Green Star Polyps
Yes The star polyps we have right now are more filimentous than the variety pictured here
Green Hammer
Green Hammer
Yes The hammer coral in stock now are actually pink with greenish white tips
Kenyan Leather

Kenyan Tree Leather

Yes Easy fast growing coral
Finger Leather Coral
Alcyoniidae spp
Yes We have several groupings of this easy coral
Green Zoanthis
Yes we now have a bunch of nice little colonies of zoo's, different colors
Torch Coral Torch Coral
No A nice little starter piece of white torch coral
Gorgonian Coral Gorgonian Coral
Yes This gorgonian coral has a light purple skin and is covered with little individual brown polyps that come out to feed
Gorgonian Coral Gorgonian Coral
Yes This gorgonian coral is flat and has a dark purple skin with little individual brown polyps that come out to feed from the edges of the flattened main body of the coral
Brain Coral Brain Coral
Yes This brain coral has a greenish-blue skin and forms little individual polyps tightly clustered
Assorted groups of mushrooms
Yes Red, green, blue, white, giant leaf, striped
Green ricordia
Yes nice starter polyps of this popular ricordia
Toadstools Yes we have a few nice little toadstools

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