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Yellow Eye Kole Tang

Yellow Eye Kole Tang

Brown body; distinct yellow ring around eye; fine light blue lines on body; fine light blue spots on head. The aquarium trade has heavily impacted Yellow Eye Kole populations on Hawaii reefs. Attempts at captive breeding have been unsuccessful. Read More
Dwarf Seahorse

Dwarf Seahorse

Off-white; yellow; green; black; short snout. To 1 inch. Captive-bred Dwarf Seahorses are sometimes available, but their specialized needs make them unsuitable for the hobby. Like all seahorses in the wild, they are threatened with extinction. Read More
Kelloggi Seahorse

Kelloggi Seahorse

Tan to black; often with tiny white dots. To 11 inches. A deep-water species, Kelloggi seahorses are unsuitable for captive life. Typically raised in Asia in overcrowded net pens or cramped tanks which expose them to stress and disease, they are not ready for life in... Read More
Valentini Puffer

Valentini Puffer

White body; 4 dark brown to black bars/saddles; tan spots. Somewhat elongated snout. To 3.5 inches. Attempts at captive breeding have been unsuccessful. Read More
Dogface Pufferfish

Dogface Pufferfish

Highly variable colors and markings; body generally grey, tan or brown and some with yellow; dark spots; dark markings on mouth and often around eyes. To 13 inches. Some aquaculture success has been achieved at the experimental level only. Read More