Fish List for February 29, 2020

baybridgeaquarium

Active member
Hi folks!
I'll be getting these eventually onto our website, but wanted to share what we currently have ready to go.

These fish below are available now . Orders over $350 ship free, otherwise it's $50 for Priority Overnight FedEx, and we can also ship via Southwest Cargo Freight. Reward credit loyalty points through our system is about to finish migrating from our previous system; you will get 10% back on all fish orders to use for future orders or for any dry goods orders/equipment/supplies. We are officially authorized dealers of Aquaforest, Red Sea, Neptune Systems, Kessil, Fritz, Aqueon, Fluval, Octo/Coralvue, and many more, and can ship most items, including tanks, directly to your door!

Banner Cardinalfish, Large - $40
Blackline Blenny
Black Ice Clownfish Small - $70
Black Ice Clownfish Large - $80
Black Photon Clownfish - $65
Black Storm Clownfish - $150
Blochii Tang - $70
Blood Red Fire Shrimp - $50
Blotched Anthias - $350 Small/Med
Blue Hippo Tang Small - $80
Blue Hippo Tang SmallMed - $100
Blue Throat Triggerfish Male - $130
Bluehead Wrasse - $50
Blue Saddle Wrasse $90
Candy Cane Pistol Shrimp - $30
Clarki Clownfish - $40
Cleaner Shrimp - $30
Crosshatch Triggerfish, Male - $1000
DaVinci Extreme Clownfish, $100
DaVinci Grade A Clownfish, $80
Flame Fin (Tomini) Tang, Medium $80
Fire Clownfish $40
Flurry Clownfish $60
Gem Tang $500
Gold Lightning Maroon Clown $80
Gold Stripe Maroon Clownfish $40
Grade B MochaVinci Clownfish $50
Green Bird Wrasse $80
Katherine Wrasse $200
Lightning Maroon Clownfish, Large $120
Longfin Ocellaris Clownfish, $200
Maine Blizzard Clownfish $40
Maine Mocha Clownfish $35
Midnight Clownfish $100
Mocha Storm Clownfish - $130
Morse Code Maroon Clownfish $90
Neon Dottyback $50
Ocellaris Clownfish - $20
Orange Spotted Prawn Goby $30
Orange Storm Clownfish - $130
Orange Stripe Prawn Goby $45
Red Fin Fairy Wrasse $80
Red/Pink Spotted Grouper (Eye Damage) - $60
Pajama Cardinal - $20
Purple Dottyback - $50
Powder Blue Tang $100
Red Sea Clownfish Pair $70
Sailfin Tang $70
Talbot Damsel $15
Tobacco Basslet - $35
Sailfin Tang $60
Sailfin Tang XL 7" $120
Squirrel Fish, Bigeye, XL $70
Splendid Dottyback - $50
Striped Yellow Skunk Clownfish $30
Sunrise Dottyback - $50
Marcosi Tilefish $80
Black Wide Bar Gladiator Ocellaris $50
Ultra Black Ice Clownfish - $90
Ultra Phantom Clownfish
White Stripe Maroon Clownfish - $35
Wyoming White Clownfish
Vlamingi Tang ~12" - $800
Yellow Tang, MdLarge - $90


In quarantine now and/or incoming on March 3. We get new shipments approximately once a week and can order anything you want. QT time has been a bit longer than we anticipated due to some system upgrades and hardware failures this month, and some fish not making it. Big apologies to anyone waiting extra. There is no set time for the process but it will always be at least 2 weeks, and possibly more if we don't feel the fish are ready.

Achilles Tang
Arceye Hawkfish
Aurora Goby
Bartlett Anthias
Barnacle Blenny
Black Clown Goby
Blotched Anthias XXL
Blue Blotched Butterflyfish
Blue Eyed Cardinal
Blue Green Chromis (Fiji)
Blue Sided Fairy Wrasse
Blue Spotted Jawfish
Blue Throat Trigger MaleFemale
Carpenter Wrasse
Christmas Wrasse
Convict Tang, Baby
Corazon's Damselfish (Madagascar, Large)
Coral Beauty Angel (Madagascar Color Variant, Large)
Copperband Butterfly, Small, Medium, Large
Crosshatch Trigger Male/Female
Divided Leopard Wrasse M/F Group (Bipartitus)
Declives Butterflyfish
Desjardini Sailfin Tang, Small
Diamond Goby
Dussmieri Tang, Small
Dragon Goby
Eibli Angelfish, Medium
Emperor Angel Juvenile/Adult
Evansi Anthias
Flameback Angelfish (Madagascar)
Flame Angelfish
Flame Hawkfish
Flame Wrasse Pairs, Trios (F/FM)
Flame Wrasse SuperMale
Firefish
Formosa Wrasse
Foxface, One Spot and Magnificent
Garden Eel
Golden Black/Yellow White Spot Damselfish
Golden Sleeper Goby Pair
Gold Flake Angel
Green Aiptasia Eating Filefish
Griffin Angel
Hector Goby
Helfrichi Firefish Goby
Koi Tang
Lapillus (Jeweled) Madagascar Leopard Wrasse
Lavender Tang
Lemonpeel Angelfish
Lineatus Fairy Wrasse
Lubbock Wrasse M/F Pair
Mandarin Goby, Green, Spotted, or Red
Melanurus Wrasse
Melagris Leopard Wrasse
Mystery Wrasse
Naso Tang, Small
Naoko's Fairy Wrasse
Orange Back Fairy Wrasse
Orange Line Chromis
Orange Shoulder Tang
Orange Spotted Blenny
Orange Spotted Goby
Ornate Leopard Wrasse
Pintail Wrasse Male/Female Pair
Potters Angel
Potters Wrasse
Powder Blue Tang
Powder Brown Tang
Purple Firefish
Purple Square Anthias M/F Group
Purple Tang
Pyramid Butterfly
Queen Angel, Baby
Red Head Solon Wrasse
Red Scooter Dragonette / Blenny
Red Tail Blenny
Rhomboid Wrasse Male
Rose Band Wrasse
Royal Gramma
Saddleback Butterfly, Med
Six Line Wrasse
Smith Blenny
Spotted Hawkfish
Tenneti Tang
Threadfin Butterfly
Yellow Belly Damsel
Yellow Coris Wrasse
Yellow Mustard Tang
Yellow Tang, Small
Yellow Watchman Goby
Valentini (Saddle) Puffer
Vivienne Leopard Wrasse (Madagascar) (Male/Female Group)
Vlamingi Tang, Baby
White Tail Bristletooth Tang (Tahiti)

Any special orders request, just ask, we can acquire practically anything.

Thanks!
 
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phatduckk

Well-known member
sorry for the noob question: If the mandarin's eating frozen does that mean I don't have to worry about pods etc?
 

phatduckk

Well-known member
You still need pods as their staple food. Its just nice to be able feed them frozen to supplement their diet.
I’ve tried seeding pods a couple times but have never seen them. Maybe I did it wrong? I even put in a pvc pipe and “let them go” via funnel, down the pipe onto the bottom of my scape and sand bed...
 

Humblefish

Dr. Fish
I’ve tried seeding pods a couple times but have never seen them. Maybe I did it wrong? I even put in a pvc pipe and “let them go” via funnel, down the pipe onto the bottom of my scape and sand bed...
Do you have wrasses or other "pod predatory" fish in the tank? I've found you really need to have a refugium (or similar) down in the sump, so the pods have a sanctuary to reproduce without being eaten.
 

phatduckk

Well-known member
Do you have wrasses or other "pod predatory" fish in the tank? I've found you really need to have a refugium (or similar) down in the sump, so the pods have a sanctuary to reproduce without being eaten.
have 1 fairy wrasse. And yes on the fuge
 

mggray87

Well-known member
We just put 2 water bottles of pods I purchased. From someone online. Lights out removed socks. No socks for 4 days. I got home from work. Used a flashlight to try to find one pod. Atleast in sump. And nope. I cant find life of one. I cant imagine my wrasses ate 2 water bottles full in middle of night when they sleep. Confuses me too
 

mattzang

Active member
i used to think i messed up somehow too. i dosed a bottle of pods, checked sump at night, nothing.

but a year in and even with two halichoeres wrasses in the tank, my sump is flooded with pods. it'll get there, just needs time
 
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