Specializing in freshwater invertebrates and microfish from around the world.

New Arrivals

We have new species coming in several times a month, so be sure to check our Current Stocklist regularly, and keep an eye on the New Arrivals category.

About Msjinkzd

Invertebrates by Msjinkzd is located in York, PA and is run by Rachel O’Leary. She is a mother of 3, loving wife, and an unmistakable personality at conventions and clubs in the tri-state area. A life-long fish keeper, her interests range from microfish to monsters, with a focus on invertebrates and dwarf species. Rachel has spent the last 10 years studying invertebrate husbandry, aquascaping, and breeding practices. Rachel’s fishroom consists of over 100 tanks ranging from 10 to 220 gallons, and her breeding program includes members of the Corydoradinae group, apistogramma, ancistrus, hypancistrus, pelvicachromis,  as well as various cyprinids and livebearers. One of the leading importers of invertebrates in the US, she works with dozens of dwarf shrimp and snail species, as well as dwarf crayfish and crabs, and is regularly bringing in new and hard to find specimens. Rachel is a frequent contributor to Amazonas magazine, and recently had a book published titled The 101 Best Freshwater Nano Species: How to Choose & Keep Hardy, Brilliant, Fascinating Nano Fishes, Plants and Invertebrates.

 

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Recent News

June 25, 2015 |

Livestock updates!

It has been quite a bit since I updated and posted pictures! I have been traveling ALLLLL over speaking at clubs...

May 9, 2015 |

Pencils, Amano shrimp, and Chili Rasboras back in stock!

After many months of struggling to have Amanos in stock consistently, and to get a decent quantity of REAL...

April 14, 2015 |

Updates, pictures, and news!

  I am freshly home from the 2015 Aquatic Gardeners Convention, and it was STELLAR. I had a wonderful time...

April 1, 2015 |

Aquatic Gardeners Association Convention next weekend!

I will be giving a brand new presentation on interesting and unusual inhabitants for the planted aquarium on...

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