Quality Freshwater Fish at Nature Aquariums

Welcome to Nature Aquariums – Your Premier Destination for Freshwater Tropical Fish in Lauderhill, Florida!

Why Choose Nature Aquariums?

1. Individually Filtered Tanks for Optimal Health At Nature Aquariums, every one of our tanks, from those housing delicate bettas to majestic discus, features individual filtration systems. This approach ensures that each habitat is tailored to the specific needs of its inhabitants, promoting better water quality and reducing the spread of diseases. Cleaner water means healthier fish and more vibrant colors in your aquarium.

2. Daily Feeding for Vitality and Growth We believe in the well-being of our fish, which is why we adhere to a strict daily feeding schedule. This consistency not only keeps our fish at peak health but also makes them more active and engaging for customers. Regular feeding enhances the metabolic and immune responses of our fish, ensuring they are energetic and long-lived when they transition to your home aquarium.

3. Competitive Pricing Without Compromising Quality We understand that hobbyists appreciate value. That's why at Nature Aquariums, we offer competitive pricing across our entire range of fish, supplies, and accessories. Our commitment to affordability allows you to pursue your passion for aquascaping and fishkeeping without financial strain, all while ensuring that the quality and health of our aquatic life are never compromised.

4. Extensive Selection of Quality Fish Discover a diverse selection of freshwater tropical fish at Nature Aquariums. Our array caters to every level of fishkeeping expertise, from novices looking to start their first community tank to experts searching for that rare species to complete their collection.

5. Expert Advice and Support Our knowledgeable staff are as passionate about fish as you are and are eager to help you succeed in your hobby. Whether you’re troubleshooting an issue or planning a new setup, we offer the advice and support you need.

6. Commitment to Ethical and Sustainable Practices We prioritize the health and well-being of our fish, sourcing from reputable breeders who adhere to the highest standards. Each fish is quarantined and health-checked to ensure they are ready for your aquarium.

7. Educational Workshops and Events Enhance your skills and knowledge at our in-store workshops and community events. They’re a great way to learn more about fish care and connect with other enthusiasts in the Lauderhill area.

8. Convenient Online Shopping Explore our products online with the same confidence as shopping in-store. Our website offers detailed product descriptions and care guides, and you can opt for local pickup or delivery at your convenience.

Comprehensive Freshwater Fish Inventory at Nature Aquariums:

  • Cory Catfish (Corydoras)

    • Gentle and social, ideal for community tanks, known for substrate cleaning.
  • Killifish

    • Brightly colored and captivating, best in species-specific or peaceful community setups.
  • Ricefish (Oryzias)

    • Hardy and adaptable, perfect for beginners in community tanks.
  • Angelfish

    • Elegant and somewhat territorial, suited for medium to large planted tanks.
  • Guppies (Poecilia reticulata)

    • Colorful and easy to breed, great for novice aquarists.
  • Betta Fish (Betta splendens)

    • Vibrant and often solitary, requires careful community planning or individual tanks.
  • Discus (Symphysodon)

    • Requires specific care and stable water conditions, for advanced hobbyists.
  • Tetras (Characidae)

    • Small, active, and schooling, ideal for adding vibrancy and movement.
  • Barbs (Barbus/Puntius)

    • Energetic and robust, can be fin-nippers if not properly housed.
  • Oscars (Astronotus ocellatus)

    • Large, intelligent, and often territorial, suitable for larger, species-specific tanks.
  • Plecos (Hypostomus plecostomus)

    • Known for algae eating, important for tank cleaning in larger aquariums.
  • Mollies (Poecilia sphenops)

    • Hardy and adaptable, thrive in both freshwater and brackish environments.
  • Neon Tetras (Paracheirodon innesi)

    • Iconic and peaceful, excellent for community tanks of small to medium size.
  • Goldfish (Carassius auratus)

    • Long-lived and requiring spacious tanks with good filtration.
  • Rainbowfish (Melanotaeniidae)

    • Active and colorful, best in groups and spacious tanks.
  • Ram Cichlids (Mikrogeophagus ramirezi)

    • Small, colorful cichlids, suitable for well-planted community tanks.
  • Kuhli Loach (Pangio kuhlii)

    • Nocturnal and eel-like, great for tanks with soft substrates and hiding spots.
  • Cherry Barb (Puntius titteya)

    • Small and peaceful, a subtle colorful addition to community tanks.
  • African Cichlids

    • Colorful and diverse, require careful stocking due to territorial behavior.
  • Apistogrammas (Apistogramma spp.)

    • Dwarf cichlids, colorful and requiring detailed care in well-planted setups.
  • Central and South American Cichlids

    • Includes species like the Jack Dempsey and Green Terror, known for their striking appearance and strong personalities, suitable for larger, species-specific setups or with robust tank mates.
  • Various Loaches

    • Including species like Clown Loach and Zebra Loach, these are excellent for controlling snail populations and adding interest at lower tank levels.
  • Cleanup Crews

    • Commonly includes species such as Snails, Shrimp (like Amano and Cherry), and certain small Catfish, which help manage algae, detritus, and uneaten food in the aquarium.

Types of Freshwater Shrimp at Nature Aquariums:

  1. Crystal Red Shrimp: Admired for their striking red and white banding, these shrimp are a spectacular addition to any aquascape.

  2. Crystal Black Shrimp: Similar in pattern to the Crystal Red, these shrimp offer a sleek black and white contrast, perfect for creating a visually striking environment.

  3. Pinto Shrimp: Known for their intricate and variable patterns, Pinto shrimp are highly prized by shrimp enthusiasts and breeders.

  4. Sunkist Shrimp: With a vibrant orange color, Sunkist shrimp are lively and colorful inhabitants that add a splash of brightness to your tank.

  5. Fire Red Shrimp: These are an enhanced breed of the Cherry Shrimp with a deep, uniform red coloration that makes a bold statement in any aquarium.

  6. Yellow Back Shrimp: These shrimp are characterized by their translucent bodies with a distinctive yellow stripe running down their back.

  7. Amano Shrimp: Famous for their algae-eating capabilities, Amano shrimp are a functional and essential addition to maintaining a clean and healthy aquarium.

  8. Jade Green Shrimp: A rarer variety, these shrimp have a unique green hue that can vary from light to dark, adding an exotic touch.

  9. Blue Velvet Shrimp: Their deep blue coloration makes them one of the most popular choices for decorative shrimp in freshwater aquaria.

  10. Blue Bolt Shrimp: Known for their striking blue heads and white bodies, these shrimp are captivating and highly sought after by aquarists.

  11. Tiger Shrimp: Featuring bold, black stripes over a transparent or slightly colored body, Tiger shrimp are striking and easy to care for.

Experience the Nature Aquariums Difference! Visit us in Lauderhill to see our quality firsthand or browse our selection online at www.natureaquariums.com. Whether in-person or online, discover why Nature Aquariums is the top choice for aquarists across Florida and beyond.