Bristol: If you want to have a look at the fish, you could try the Maidenhead Aquatics (MA) at Brislington (just past the Hick's Gate roundabout). There is the Aquatic Store in Bedminster, but that isn't easy to get to, and Parker's at Iron Acton, but I haven't been in there for a long time.Based near Bath
Further afield there are "Acres Aquatics" at Corsley Heath, "Old Forge Tropicals" in Devizes.
That is where I got the <"Copella and Pygmy Corydoras"> from. "Sam" is the guy who knows all about the fish.Will check out Acres Aquatics as thats not far.
I haven't been there <"since 2016"> (I live in Corsham).".........I had the misfortune to visit a local large garden centre on Sunday (I won't name it, but it is located on the Corsham road, Lacock, Wilts.). The aquatic section was beyond horrible, I didn't get a photo, but the gravel in the tanks was entirely covered by a luminous carpet of cyanobacteria, there were dead fish in many of the tanks and the "aquatic" plant section prominently featured both Dracaena and Selaginella. It was packed with people.
I had the misfortune to visit a local large garden centre on Sunday......I always have spare plants, snails etc., but I don't have anything very exciting.
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