Ventralis Anthias

The Ventralis Anthias are spectacularly bright in colors, and also a very delicate species that should only be kept by the experienced and seasoned aquarists. The key to success is to ensure that they are the first dominant fish in the aquarium, besides acquiring a...

Resplendent Anthias

The Resplendent Anthias is very similar to the Randall’s Anthias. Females are orange/pink with yellow faces and caudal fin. Males develop beautiful iridescent blue pelvic fins edged in red.…

Sailfin Anthias

The Sailfin Anthias is a species very rarely collected for the aquarium trade, and only a few specimens are collected each year. It tends to be shy and difficult to feed when first imported, so it should be conditioned on a diet of live foods like live Artemia and...

Fathead Sunburst Anthias

The Fathead Sunburst Anthias is like no other anthias. Unlike its streamlined relatives, it has a characteristic “fat” head and deep, teadrop shaped body and elegantly elongated pectoral fins.…

Hawaiian Yellow Fin Anthias

The Hawaiian Yellow Fin Anthias is one of the rarest anthias in the aquarium hobby today due to its deepwater habitat and its difficult and expensive capture, but Karen Brittain is now breeding and producing captive specimens for the aquarium trade (as of March...
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