NEW: Our New Marine Fish Selection is Now Online

Following the opening of our livestock section in early 2016 where we have since provided a wide variety of tropical and coldwater livestock for your aquariums and ponds, we are extremely excited to announce some brand-new arrivals…

Our much-anticipated marine livestock range!

We have selected a variety of spectacular saltwater fish from the iconic Common Clownfish (Amphiprion oellaris) to the striking Fire Goby (Nemateleotris magnifica) both of which make great additions for any starter marine tank.

At All Pond Solutions, we source all of our livestock from high-grade ethical breeders who we know and trust, and upon arrival, all fish are quarantined onsite and rigorously monitored for any signs of distress or ill health. All of our marine fish are delivered using livestock-approved couriers to minimise any stress for the fish during their journey to their new homes.

See some of our captivating saltwater fish below!


Probably one of the most iconic species of Marine fish made popular by the film ‘Finding Nemo’, are the Clownfish or sometimes known as the Anemone fish. We currently stock two types, the Common Clownfish and the Percula Clownfish, both of which make great additions to community marine tanks.


The Six Line Wrasse, know to some as the Pyjama Wrasse is a fast swimmer with a semi aggressive nature. This is why it’s suggested to have one per tank. However on the plus side they eat unwanted reef tank pests such as flatworms in your marine aquarium.


We are currently home to the Yellow Tail Blue Damselfish, a bright and attractive addition to any marine aquarium and great for beginners. But be warned, their semi aggressive natures mean they are not compatible with timid species as they can be quite territorial.

Marine Clean Up Crew

We’ve even got you covered when it comes to your Marine Snails and Hermit Crabs in the form of our Marine Clean Up Crew.  Our Turbo Algae Snail does what it says on the tin, they may not move fast but they can eat algae fast. This is why it’s beneficial for them to live in a saltwater aquarium with live rock.

You can check out our full range on our Marine Fish page, which include Tangs, Boxfish, Angelfish, Dragonets, Cardinalfish, Starfish, Gobies and Anthias fish.

Keep your eyes peeled for even more new species to be added very soon.

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