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Aquariums can add a certain aesthetic element to a home and be a welcome addition for individuals who like fish. Owners have the option of installing either a freshwater or saltwater tank. Both saltwater and freshwater species offer certain advantages. While the freshwater fish and tanks are easier to maintain, saltwater species have a more aesthetic appeal. No matter what type of fish are in an aquarium, it's important to have the right food. Maintaining an aquarium can be expensive, and it may be more economical to purchase tanks, food and other supplies at a wholesale location.

  • Koi Fish - Koi fish are a type of carp and are an ornamental fish that are kept in large aquariums or outdoor ponds. Koi fish come in a wide variety of colors and patterns, including blue, red, yellow, white and black.
  • Clown Loach - The clown loach is a tropical fish that originates off the coast of Indonesia. This is a popular fish for aquariums and will grow up to 16 inches in length.
  • Betta Fish - Betta fish also go by the name Siamese fighting fish and are a common species used in aquariums. These fish have long, flowing fins and come in numerous colors.
  • Angelfish - Angelfish are a species of tropical fish that have long fins. While this is a peaceful species, they may be aggressive toward smaller fish.
  • Cichlids - Cichlids are a member of a large and diverse family and about 1,300 species have been identified. The size of the fish will vary, but they can be as small as an inch or as large as three feet in length.
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    Carib Fish & Inverts
    1441 Sw 30th Ave # 26, Pompano Beach, FL 33069
    Wholesale to the trade importers & exporters of Caribbean marine tropical fish.
    (954) 978-3061
    Crabby Pat's Llc
    P.o. Box 1500, Loxahatchee, FL 33470
    Feeder Guppies, Ghost Shrimp, Pecos, Snails and Tropical Fish. Wholesale only direct from the farm.
    (561) 723-9876
    Above The Reef Aquarium
    4992 Caliente St, Hernando Beach, FL 34607
    Specializing in providing wholesale saltwater tropical fish, plants, inverts, sponges, gorgonians, and more.
    (3) Reviews Write a review
    (352) 556-3899
     
    User Review: "I know. He takes our son there and has him spend the night. He lives there. My son comes home sick all the time. No one..." - anonymous (FL)
    Aquatics Direct Int,L
    Po Box 421202, Summerland, FL 33042
    Wholesale marine and tropical fish store. We feature a large selection of rare, tropical fish from the Caribbean. We also have diver and coral sharks, angelfish, aquariums and more!
    (305) 849-1400
    Sarasota Bay Fishing Charters
    N/A, Sarasota, FL 34235
    Call Sarasota Bay Fishing Charters at (941) 952-8312 for your next exciting family fishing charter for up to four people in the Sarasota Bay area, Sarasota, FL.
    (941) 952-8312
    Z-Fish International
    6300 Nw 74th Ave, Miami, FL 33166
    (305) 592-9360
    Dolphin International Inc
    2440 Nw 93rd Ave, Miami, FL 33172
    (305) 592-6958
    Mikquatic Tropical Fish
    3709 Bruton Rd, Plant City, FL 33565
    (813) 754-2124
    5-D Tropical
    6507 Bob Head Rd, Plant City, FL 33565
    (813) 986-4560
    Sunshine Aquatic Farms
    5520 Wilkins Rd, Tampa, FL 33610
    (813) 621-5717
    V-W Fish Hatcheries Inc
    8848 Harrison Rd, Lakeland, FL 33810
    (863) 858-5697
    Interstate Tropical Fish Hatchery
    4460 Swindell Rd, Lakeland, FL 33810
    (863) 688-0957
    Caribbean Creatures
    112 Peace Ave, Tavernier, FL 33070
    (305) 852-3991
    Aquatica Tropicals Inc
    218 S Webb Rd, Plant City, FL 33566
    (813) 754-0583
    Burnett Tropical Fish
    3220 36th Ave Se, Ruskin, FL 33570
    (813) 645-3000


    Tropical fish are beautiful to watch, either in an aquarium or out in the sea. Tropical fish can be freshwater or saltwater dwellers and need a certain temperature to thrive, usually between 75 and 80 degrees F. Many people keep tropical fish as pets, making this a fun hobby to explore. Others, such as pet store owners, purchase and stock fish as part of their business. In this case, they need many fish at once. To save a little bit of money, they often purchase large quantities from tropical fish wholesalers at a bulk discount. Water quality is an important factor when setting up and maintaining tropical fish tanks. Tanks vary by size depending on the size of the fish and how many there are. Retail pet stores will be able to advise customers on the details of owning tropical fish. Some pet stores specialize in marine life, and sell all sorts of tropical reef dwelling fish and other marine life including crabs. Wholesale suppliers typically offer bulk discounts when customers buy lots of fish, supplies, and food at once. They can operate a store front or a web site, where they offer a full line of fish supplies. Types of tropical fish may include clown, gobie, angel, betta, and cichlid. Some may specialize in one type, such as koi, while others sell a broad range of fish, including tetra, oscar, discus, and gold fish. Such wholesalers also sell related accessories such as aquariums, tanks, lights, pumps, and heaters. Suppliers may sell to the general public, or they may sell only to retail pet stores. Consumers looking to get more information on imported exotic freshwater and saltwater varieties can visit the Internet, check the phone book, or ask their local pet shop experts.
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