Welcome to ReptAquatics.com; your source for all things related to snakes, lizards, bugs, spiders, fish and coral. If it's cold blooded, we have it. ReptAquatics is proud to offer a wide selection of reptiles, amphibians, plants, insects and aquatic life. If you only need a few reptile or fish supplies, we have those for sale too!


"I think captive breeding will be the Noah's Ark of wildlife, and reptiles in specific. We must learn how to breed animals in captivity." ~~Dr. Richard Ross

ReptAquatics is always interested in what you're breeding and what you're selling. If you have offspring in quantities, send us an email with what you would like to sell and we will get back to you shortly. We also will consider some trades, most specifically for the following:  Boiga ssp., Chrondopython morelia, Morelia tracyae, Sistrus ssp., Gonyosoma oxycephala, Paleosuchus palpebrosus. Let us know what you have!

 






       


 
       

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PUBLISHED ARTICLES

 

HARDY AND FASHIONABLE: THE HARLEQUIN TUSKFISH
This article appears in the October 2009 issue of Tropical Fish Hobbyist.

 

"The perfect aquarium exists in the heart and mind of every marine aquarist. Upon entering the marine aquarium hobby, one dreams of establishing an aquarium teeming with an assortment of life-of different shapes, sizes and colors. People who have had their aquarium set up for years are always on the lookout for that unique specimen that acts as a centerpiece or highlight for their aquarium. For those with a fish-only marine aquarium, the harlequin tuskfish is just such a fish..."


KEEPING THE IMPOSSIBLE RIBBONS AND BATS
This article appears in the September 2010 issue of Tropical Fish Hobbyist

"One species starts life with an elongated jet-black body, but as it ages its body goes through drastic color-and sex-changes. The other looks and walks (somewhat) like a bat, but is all fish. Behold two of the oceans's oddballs: the ribbon eel and the walking batfish."

FEEDING MARINE FISH THE RIGHT WAY

This article appears in the May 2011 issue of Tropical Fish Hobbyist.
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"Marine fish come from a wide range of habitats, occupy a large number of different niches, and have a variety of different behavioral characteristics, so it should come as no surprise that their diets are as unique and specialized as the fish themselves."

 SUN CORALS: MAKE YOUR REEF SHINE!

This article appears in the August 2011 issue of Tropical Fish Hobbyist.

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"As a child, I was always taught to not stare into the sun. Over the years, I find myself doing so much more frequently.

Tubastrea or sun corals are sought after by novice and advanced aquarist alike. Many times these corals are purchased on impulse due to their magnificently bright colors. Sadly, within a few short weeks, many fade away to nothing more than a skeleton and a memory..."

Corals On The Front Line

This article appears in the September 2011 issue of Tropical Fish Hobbyist

"Although aggression is typically witnessed between fishes, sessile invertebrates engage in some of the most deadly encounters on the reef."

Sea Pens

This article appears in the April 2012 issue of Tropical Fish Hobbyist 
 

"Sea pens are obscure to man and rarely seen in the hobby, but for advanced reefers willing to dedicate time to care for these finicky animals, they serve as a worthwhile challenge and make for a fascinating tank."

 


 

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