Lemon Damsels are now available from ORA. Read more about them on the species profile page here.
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.
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. […]
ORA is proud to introduce an electrifying new addition to our Stylophora family of farm raised corals: the stunning ORA Stellar Stylo! Read more about our vibrant selection of Stylophora corals HERE. Want this coral in your home aquarium? Ask your local reef store to get in touch with ORA today!
The wait is over! Lightning Maroons are now available from ORA! If you’ve been waiting for the perfect centerpiece pair of clownfish for your home aquarium, ask for the ORA Lightning Maroon. Now available nationwide at an aquarium store near you. Need help finding our fish locally? Give us a call! This spectacular designer clownfish […]
Rediscover the Pink Birdsnest Coral, now available with intense green tips! The ORA Green Tip Pink Birdsnest is the newest addition to our diverse Seriatopora offering. Click HERE to read more about this BRAND NEW variety and the rest of the ORA Birdsnest family!
ORA Epaulette Shark pups are a new addition to the growing list of ORA aquacultured fish. The Epaulette Shark, Hemiscyllium ocellatum, is a benthic shark species with a beautiful spotted pattern and a characteristic pair of large spots above their pectoral fins. This conspicuous marking resembles the shoulder décor used on military uniforms to signify […]
Bill Addison, legendary founder of the C-Quest farm in Puerto Rico, coined the term Gladiator when describing a variety of clownfish he discovered in his hatchery. We imagine that Bill must have encountered uniquely patterned specimens in a batch of Amphiprion ocellaris that displayed head patterns reminiscent of a helmet. As luck would have it, […]