Join ORA in experiencing a new captive bred fish from the tropical warm waters of the Caribbean. The ORA Chalk Bass is an often overlooked species that we think will finally get the attention it deserves! Few other fish display such an attractive color palette and also get along with each other in groups. Combine […]
We have maintained Two-Barred Rabbitfish broodstock at ORA since 2015. One morning, in early May of 2019, we noticed several thousand prolarvae drifting throughout our a broodstock tank. We captured approximately 500 of these tiny fish and we set out on raising them. The prolarvae did well on our zooplankton feeding regimen. After metamorphosis, the […]
After a hiatus of over a decade, ORA re-introduces the magnificent and highly sought after Gigas clam back into the hobby! These incredible clams can reach huge sizes in the wild. In the home aquarium, they add an impressive visual impact that elevates the natural look of your reef tank. Juvenile Gigas clams are available […]
The smallest species of Nurse Shark is now available from ORA! This tiny shark has a maximum recorded size of just 30”, making it an ideal inhabitant for the larger aquarium and the experienced aquarist. Click here to learn more
With the release of the ORA Black Storm, we are also releasing the ORA Snow Storm! Composed of similar genetics, these fish lack most of the dramatic black patterning and instead showcase a pearlescent white body. Dark black eyes and black tipped fins complete the look on this beautiful new designer clownfish variety. As the […]
Shipping everywhere is a brand new multicolored Acropora from ORA with canary yellow tips, vibrant green branches and unique purple polyps. Read more about the ORA Yellow Tip Stag here.
Introducing a rare species of cardinalfish from Micronesia: the ORA Yellow Cardinalfish. Fascinating and beautiful to watch in groups of 3 or more, these small fish add movement and activity all while they brighten your reef with their intense lemon-yellow coloration. Click here to learn more!
Designer Clownfish popularity remains strong, with surges of interest each time a new variety is announced to hobbyists. To date, most tinkering of clownfish genetics has occurred within the Amphiprion percula and ocellaris complex, but the way things are panning out for ORA, there will be some exciting developments coming from Premnas biaculeatus before long. […]