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This is a partial list of our domestic species of sharks that we collect from the wild.  WE DO NOT STOCK ALL OF THESE SPECIES AT ANY ONE TIME.
We collect to order the sharks that we sell.
It is simply infeasible to fill up systems with fish that do not have homes waiting for them.  It is also unfair to the fish and not in keeping with our policy of resource management and conservation.
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To order Pacific Sharks and Tropical fish, email us for the weekly stock list and prices.

For a PDF file of our species list click here.
This list contains most species that we can supply.  However, our common stock is listed below.  We will have weekly stock lists available for our clients during the season this year.

Sharks (Partial List)

Atlantic Sharpnose (Rhizoprionodon terraenovae) <3'
Blacknose  (Carcharhinus acronatus)  <3'
Bonnethead (Sphyrna tiburo)   <3'
Bulls (Carcharhinus leucas)   pups & adults
Mini-bulls (all sizes)
Hammerhead  (Sphyrna lewini & mokarran & the new species)  pups
Lemon (Negaprion brevirostris) (all sizes)
Nurse (Ginglyostoma cirratum) (all sizes)
Sandbar, A.K.A. Brown  (Carcharhinus plumbeus) (all sizes)
Smooth Dogfish (Mustelis cannis)
Spiny Dogfish

Skates and Rays

Atlantic, Bluntnose, Roughtail & Southern Stingrays (all sizes)
Bat/Southern Eagle (all sizes)
Butterfly Ray        (all sizes)"
Clearnose Skate    about 5"
Cownose Rays  (all sizes)
Spotted Eagle    (all sizes)
Yellow Stingray    small

 

Fin Fish, Crabs, Jellies, and Mollusks are also available.

Mollusks
Apple Murex
Augers
Channelled Whelks
Cowries
Crown Conches
Horse Conches
Ilyanassa obsoleta
Littorina irrorata
Lightening Whelks
Limas (Flaming Scallops)
Long-spined Star
Mercenaria (quahog clams)
Milk Conch
Octopus
Sea Slugs
Sunray Venus
Tops (Astraea)
Tulip
Tulip (Banded)
Turbos

 

 

Our collector maintains proper federal and state permits for all sharks!
We are not fly by night amateurs.  We are professionals.

PRIVATE AQUARISTS: You will be asked to provide a lot of information.  You will also need to email us a photo of you and your system before we will discuss any price not already posted on this site.  We will not sell you a shark that is too large for your system.  If you find this requirement a nuisance, you should try and buy elsewhere.  You cannot understand how many requests for sharks and prices by home aquarists are made by those who do not have a shark tank set up.  Those inquiries waste our time and money.  That is why we require the photos.  No photos, no response.  You should also know that there are certain species that we cannot sell you or that are too pricey for you.  For now, please, contact us by email.  Provide your phone number and we can call you back.  If you have an adequate system and you really want a shark, you will comply with our requests and you will probably be able to own the shark of your dreams.

WARNING TO BUYERS: We have seen some unscrupulous self-proclaimed collectors offering species of sharks that are unsuitable for captivity and some of which are currently closed by the federal government for collection.  These species are Atlantic Blacktips (Carcharhinus limbatus), Spinners (C. brevipinna) and Silkys (C. falciformis).  The first two of these species are ABSOLUTELY unsuitable for confinement.  They are high strung fast swimming sharks that cannot survive in captivity as they grow.  Pups sold may survive collection only to die slowly in a system.  Most likely they will jump out.  Spinner sharks are named for their ballet spinning jumps out of the water documented to be up to at least 6 feet in the air.  The Blacktip will also jump high in the air and has such a high metabolic rate, that they will die in a matter of a few minutes if they are of any size and put into a transport tank.  Our knowledge of these sharks comes from FIRSTHAND experience in trying to provide these species to public aquaria.  We have handled 6 foot plus sized blacktips, bulls, spinners and browns for aquaria.  These species are not suitable for most home aquariums.

We mark those species not available for private display on our stock list to private aquarists.

Hammerheads and the above listed species are currently closed to fishing by the federal government (NMFS) and most states in which they can be landed this month.  Interstate commerce of these species during a closure period is confined to those collectors and buyers who hold valid permits for collection and display of these animals.  We only sell restricted species to private displays during the legal commercial fishing seasons.  Though we are permitted to take these sharks during the federal closures, we are only permitted to sell those taken during closures to public aquaria with proper paperwork.  You should avoid any illegal commerce in live sharks.  Federal laws can land federal time. 

Buyers beware!  Don't waste you money on a pipe dream shark that can't make it in captivity and don't loose your time or freedom to illegal sharks.

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