Attention ORA dealers!! We have a small batch of 100% Aquacultured Yellowstriped Cardinals available this week. Be sure to call the sales office today so you don’t miss out! Read more about them on the species profile page.
Here at ORA we take pride in our successes with raising novel species. There are many species of fishes which, for one reason or another, are uncommon in the marine ornamental trade. Sometimes a fish’s scarcity is justified (large maximum size, feeding and temperature requirements, cryptic nature, collection areas off limits, etc.) and other times […]
Be sure to check out our newest fish, the Black Cardinal (Apogonichthyoides melas). If you are stopping by the Global Pet Expo in Orlando this week you can stop by and see some in our display tanks. Product Page
It is rare to find an entire genera of reef fishes extremely well-suited to live in an aquarium, but Devilfish (Assessor spp.) make great aquarium residents for several reasons. Their maximum length of 3 to 4” makes them suitable for most sizes of aquariums. They aren’t overly aggressive with other species or conspecifics and can […]
Many years ago, ORA’s marine biologists wondered what would happen if they crossed two of ORA’s most popular Goby species: the Yellowline goby (Elacatinus figaro) and Neon goby (E. oceanops). You can see from the photo that the results were spectacular. These hybrids have a stripe coloration that starts off as a yellow hue near the head and transitions like […]
ORA has added another species to its list of captive bred Marine Ornamentals, McCulloch’s Clownfish (Amphiprion mccullochi). This success story is a little different from others we have shared in the past. This time we didn’t actually breed the fish but we did raise the larvae.