Diploprion drachi, the Drachi soapfish from the Red Sea

Soapfish may not be the first group of fish that jump to mind when it comes to selecting a good reef inhabitant. Heck, they may not even be in the first 8, 9,or 10 groups of fish, and generally there…

Dr. Seuss Fish are better in pairs

Leave it to Rich Ross to get it in his ceph-head that it is possible to pair and breed the highly prized Dr. Seuss fish. Not only does it take an investment of time and space, but money because as you…

Dr. Seuss Fish video shows the incredible Belonoperca pylei up close

The Dr. Seuss fish is without a doubt one of the coolest fish to become somewhat available to aquarists just this year. As much as we’ve covered this species recently don’t be fooled into thinking this fish is any more…

Dr. Seuss fish, Belonoperca pylei, in America

The Dr. Seuss Soapfish, Belonoperca pylei, brings back so many fond memories. I have never been more excited about a fish than I am on the arrival of this one. My first encounter with this fish was back in 2006 when Greg…

Dr. Seuss Fish, Belonoperca pylei, appears at Aqua Stage 21 in Japan

Dr. Seuss’ Fish, Belonoperca pylei, has hit at Aqua Stage 21 in Japan.  This rare deepwater soapfish fish usually lives in really deep water around 330ft (100m) in Marshall island.  However, accordingto  Aqua Stage 21 blog, he was collected in not…

Blue Harbor lands a sweet blue and gold soapfish, Aulacocephalus temminckii

[youtube width=”680″ height=”400″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOoNKN2gfvI[/youtube] Most of the rare fish that the hobby fawns over are kind of wussy fish – pygmy angelfish, fairy wrasses, nano gobies and butterflyfish – even their names sound soft. So it is with great pleasure to…