Kenya Marine Center, licenced to export ornamental tropical live marine fish, soft corals, crustaceans,crabs and zoo supply.

We maintain the only and the most modern mariculture facility in Africa that produces high quality soft corals.

Fourteen years of operation in the industry has credited us with a large network of suppliers across the East African coast and to the extended African continent.

On all the marine fish exported from Africa we have a 65% of its share and an estimated 4-5% of the worldwide share of the industry.

To remain top class in the industry, we have partnered with highly valued wholesalers,importers and suppliers of ornamental marine livestock.

The off-shore mariculture facility is one of our major projects and along with the cost implications and extensive level technology and technical know-how, the company has independently managed to develop and operate its facilities and projects without any financial sponsorship.

This is an assurance that you are trading with a strong and well established partner with enough capacity and muscles to supply all your orders effectively and efficiently. We have quality and we shall remain dedicated unto our motto: “Quality is our commitment.”

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The Diamond Tail Flasher (Paracheilinus attenuatus)

Diamond Tail Flasher Wrasse (Paracheilinus attenuatus), among the best ornamental fish for home aquariums due to attractiveness and being reef-safe.

The male Diamond Tail Flasher Wrasse is vibrantly colored and is predominantly red/orange in coloration with blue, horizontal stripes that complement its yellow stomach. The multi-colored dorsal fin is accented with red, yellow, and blue coloration and features a single elongated ray. A gorgeous, red band across the anal fin enhances its bold and impressive color palette. The caudal, or tail fin, is flashy in color and diamond shaped. The female Diamond Tail Flasher Wrasse is more subdued in coloration and overall appearance with smaller fins.

The Diamond Tail Flasher Wrasse requires an established 55 gallon (or larger) aquarium with a tight-fitting lid since it is a jumper. In the wild, the Diamond Tail Flasher Wrasse are often found along reef slopes and rubble zones where they swim near the bottom and forming small groups in which the male swims back and forth between groups of females. The colors of an adult male intensifies during courtship and he may flare or “flash” his fins to attract females. We recommend only one male per aquarium display.

The diet of the Diamond Tail Flasher Wrasse should include vitamin enriched frozen mysis shrimp, brine shrimp, and other meaty foods along with a high quality marine flake and marine pellet food.

Approximate Purchase Size: Transitioning: 1″ to 2″ Initial Phase Male: 2″ to 3″; Terminal Phase: 3″ – 4″; Juvenile: Small: 1-1/2″ to 2″; Medium: 2″ to 3″.

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Pomacanthus chrysurus


Latin name Pomacanthus chrysurus 
Common name Goldtail angelfish
Family Pomacanthidae – Pomacanthus
Origin East Indian Ocean, West Indian Ocean, Australia, Indonesia
Max length 33.0 cm (13.0″)

As aquarium fish

Minimum volume  700 l (185 gal)
Hardiness  Average
Suitable for aquarium  Suitable with care
Reef safe  Not reef safe
Aggressiveness Aggressive towards other species


Maybee Zooplankton (Cyclops, pods…)Soft coralLarge polyp stone coral (LPS)Small polyp stone coral (SPS)
Recommended Microalgae (Eg. spirulina)Macroalgae (Eg. seaweed / nori)Small crustaceans (Krill, mysis, artemia…)Larger crustaceans (Shrimp, crabs…)Other invertebratesSponges

Tips for keeping Angelfish

It is possible to keep various different sizes of Angelfish in the same aquarium, but it means that one must choose species with care and that the conditions in the tank are optimum.

Here are some suggestions to increase the chances of success:

Choice of species
It is important not to choose species that are too similar, the greater the variance, the larger the chance of success. It is also advantageous to choose fish of different sizes. Two young Angelfish of the same same size and pattern for example are a bad idea. One should of course avoid the most aggressive species.

Order of introduction
It is a good idea to make a wishlist and choosing the order so, that the least aggressive are introduced first. When adding similar sized Ange fish it works best if they are introduced simultaneously.

There should be enough space in the aquarium, but it is difficult to give specific advice. Of course there are exceptions to the table below as to just how big a tank should be in order to stand a good chance of success. Space itself is not enough, there should also be sufficient hiding places so the fish do not have to fight over these.

100 gal (400 liters): Several small Angelfish (<15cm) can live together.

240 gal (900 liters): Several medium Angelfish (< 20cm) can live together.

400 gal (1500 liters): Several large Angelfish (<25cm) can live together.

Food and water quality
It is always helpful to give the fish a varied diet, so they can withstand the occasional stress situation when for example new fish are introduced. Water quality must also be very high, so that the fish do not get stressed for that reason either.

Corals suitable for an aquarium with Angelfish

It can be a challenge to keep corals together with Angelfish, since the latter eat most soft corals and LPS. Especially Zoathus are swiftly eaten by the larger species.

It is however possible to build up a mixed coral aquarium with Angelfish. If some of the following corals are choosen there is a good chance the Angelfish will leave them alone; Hammer corals, Bubble corals, Star polyps, Disc anemones and others.
Most of the SPS corals can be kept with Angelfish.

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