Last Wednesday morning before the Pet Fish Talk show Nevin brought two more Malawi Peacock fish from the genus Aulonocara. The fish, shown above, is one of those fish, a male that apparently is newly discovered and has not yet been given a scientific name. Some aquarists call it the Red Malawi Peacock. Nuts! There they go again. This fish is orange. Nevin says the Tangerine Malawi Peacock would be a better name. This particular fish seems to be very mellow and not jumpy. All the various Malawi Peacocks make wonder aquarium pets. Highly recommended.
Shown above are several pictures of Tom's Clown Loaches, which are wonderful aquarium fish.
Sterba's Cory Catfish
Shown above, is one of Tom's Sterba's Corydoras Catfish, which are also very wonderful aquarium fish.
Young Mature Serpae Tetras
Shown above are two pictures of one of Tom's Serpae Tetras.
Tom's Red Male Betta Fish
Shown above is Tom's male Red Betta, named Rufus, who lives in the Angelfish Aquarium with the fish shown above plus some other interesting fish. Tom talks briefly about all these fish during this show.
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