The Black Ribbon Eel seen above is a juvenile. The Blue Ribbon Eel is bright blue with a yellow mouth and is the adult color of a mature male black ribbon eel. A female Ribbon Eel is yellow.
These eels are only recommended for experienced aquarists!
These are probably the hardest eel to keep ..
The juvenile Ribbon Eel is black. As they mature, the black will turn blue with the tips of the mouth and inside the mouth turning yellow.
These eels are great for aquariums and are long lived. These Eels demands a large aquarium with lots of rockwork it can use to hide its long body. These eels ha..
The Garden Eel, also known as Hasss Garden Eel, looks like a colony of seagrass.
The main portion of the Garden eel is usually buried in the sand, and if approached, retreats into the substrate. Several of these eels may be kept together in a 300 litre or larger aquarium with at least 6 inches of s..
The Tessalata Eel, also known as the Honeycomb Moray Eel, has a light colored body and especially attractive, dark honeycomb markings.
It requires a 400 litre or larger aquarium with numerous rock crevices for hiding and a secure, tight-fitting lid to discourage its escape.
The Tessalata Eels diet..
The Snowflake Eel, also known as the Snowflake Moray Eel, Clouded Moray, or Starry Moray, is one of the most beautiful morays, and inhabits caves and crevices throughout the Indo-Pacific reefs. In the wild, it can grow to 1 meter; most captive specimens will not exceed 60 cm.
This is a very hardy e..