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We specialize in sourcing the rarest and highest quality species in the trade from all corners of the world through our network of suppliers.



Koi fish

The beautiful koi have captivated humans and brightened their ponds since at least the 19th century. There are at least 16 types of koi, each with its own pattern of colors. each variety of koi has its own meaning, from wealth to good luck to love and friendship. 


Goldfish  is the most commonly kept freshwater fish species across the globe. have been bred and kept as pets for over a millennium, and today, they’re just as popular as ever!Goldfish originate from China during the Tang dynasty,After generations of breeding, there are over 200 breeds of goldfish. Most of the goldfish available to pet parents are in one of two categories: common or fancy. There are numerous colorations, patterns, body shapes, fin, eye, and tail types. when kept in excellent conditions, can live from anywhere between 10-15 years, sometimes even up to 20 years.

Angel fish

People refer to many different species as “Angelfish.” Several species live in saltwater habitats, and a handful of unrelated species occupy freshwater habitats.Humans keep this fish in home aquariums, but most come from captive breeding and not from the wild.You should keep this species in a relatively large tank, at least 20 gallons or more. They thrive in taller tanks as well because they grow taller than they do long.



Guppies have been a staple of the aquarium hobby for generations. Originating in tropical pools in South America and the Caribbean Islands, these fish are now available in a wide variety of colors that have been produced by selective breeding at fish farms. Many guppy keepers may start out with only one or two fish, but being live-bearers with long-term sperm storage, you may be in for a full tank before long.



Fighting fish, commonly known as the betta, is a freshwater fish native to Southeast Asia, namely Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam.

flowerhorn fish

The Flowerhorn Cichlid is a fish like no other. Their bright colors and unique forehead bump make them one of a kind. These fish have been selectively bred by humans since 1993 and cannot be found in the wild.


Aquariums give us the opportunity to bring a vibrant yet tranquil ecosystem into our homes. Kids and adults alike enjoy watching the fish as they effortlessly glide through the water.benefit of live plants in the aquarium is healthier fish. Live plants create an ecosystem more closely resembling their environment in the wild. The foliage creates space for the fish to claim as their home and provides a safe place to hide from other fish. This can help reduce aggression among the fish and decrease stress levels.

Ornamental Shrimp

Ornamental shrimp are small freshwater or saltwater crustaceans that are kept in aquaria for their attractive appearance. They are sometimes called “ghost shrimp” because of their semitransparent bodies. Most species grow to only 1-2 inches (2.5-5 cm) in length. Ornamental shrimp come in a variety of colors, including red, blue, orange, and green. They are very active and can often be seen swimming in groups near the bottom of the aquarium. These shrimp are scavengers and will eat just about anything, including algae, uneaten fish food, and dead fish. Ornamental shrimp are very popular among aquarium enthusiasts because of their beauty and hardiness. They are relatively easy to care for and can thrive in a wide range of water conditions.

We in the Miami, Florida area’s premier tropical fish farm. Our website contains information

 about our products and services as well as several photos of our fish.


Please feel free to browse our website and remember to stop by our farm!

17880 SW 232 ST, MIAMI  FL 33170