Albany Aquarium

Albany Aquarium
Albany Aquarium is listed in the Tropical Fish Retail category in Albany, California. Displayed below is the only current social network for Albany Aquarium which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Albany Aquarium on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 62.

Contact information for Albany Aquarium is:
818 San Pablo Ave
Albany, CA 94706
(510) 525-1166

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Albany Aquarium has an overall ZapScore of 62. This means that Albany Aquarium has a higher ZapScore than 62% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Albany, California is 35 and in the Tropical Fish Retail category is 37. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Albany Aquarium is hiring! We're looking for people who share our mission of keeping the hobby alive and well, and our values of providing all the best livestock and information to our customers. The work involves sales, tank maintenance, fish husbandry, troubleshooting, and keeping a clean, orderly store. If you want a dynamic, engaging job that puts your fish nerdery to use, come pick up an application!

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New stock! It’s a big one this time, so check out the full list! Forktail rainbow -- Pygmy rainbowfish that dances around the tank, waving its "bunny ear" fins! Chocolate gourami -- A peaceful, shy gourami. Our specimens are quite red compared to others we've seen, and readily eat pellet food. Dwarf flag acara -- Small cichlid that boasts a large spade-shaped tail and a yellow/cobalt shine, with bold dark bands across its face. Not a pushover, but not a troublemaker, either. Singapore shrimp -- They're back, and once again they're HUGE. White Crayfish -- As described. Crayfish can be destructive to plants and may damage or eat fish that get too close. Purple and Magenta mystery snails -- Good old mystery snails, with a gorgeous purple shell and either cream-colored or gray flesh. Yellow rabbit snail -- Unique snail that grows to an impressive size and gives birth to live mini-snails. Quite good on algae, and will not overrun a tank. Five-banded barb -- Calmer and smaller than the traditional tiger barb, with much more intricate coloration. Tiger barb -- Classic, easy, and handsome. Green tiger barb -- Metallic green with a red nose and fins. Cherry barb -- Charming, peaceful barbs that are much more placid than their cousins. Males settle into a deep, rich red color. Roseline shark -- The crown jewel of the large planted aquarium, this peaceful barb is stunning when fully-grown. Ember tetra -- Tiny red tetra that develops black and yellow accents when settled in. Bushynose ancistrus -- A dwarf pleco that’s extremely effective on algae. Blue star endler -- Metallic blue/black with accents of orange, green, and white. Hardy and small. Endler pairs -- Feed your inner mad scientist and watch the huge variety of colors and patterns come out in the offspring of these tiny guppies! Dalmatian sailfin molly -- Males expand their fins and dance in an intense display! Panda cory -- The most adorable cories around. Golden dwarf frog -- Selectively bred to have yellow/white skin. Otherwise, just as easy to care for as the normal grey dwarf frog! Stiphodon goby -- Elongate-shaped goby that grows to 2.5 inches. Males show dazzling metallic colors, while females have a simple but handsome pattern of black bars. Will help control algae. Nothobranchius guentheri -- B.E.A.U.T.I.F.U.L. killifish. Blue-teal body with berry-smoothie-magenta coloration creeping across the body from the tail. Males only, unfortunately. Reticulated hillstream loach -- Large ray-shaped algae eater, with intricate black patterning. Borneo hillstream loach -- Smaller and narrower than the Reticulated, but still a lover of algae!

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october 2010. details on tank: FISH: Ancistrus sp. (not asian, I know), Polka-dot Botia/Botia kubotai, Botia striata, Crossocheilus siamensis, Melanotaenia p...