First and foremost, we want to thank our friend Marty Andersen of Utah for providing us with this unique phenotype from his original N-Class Snakeskin Orchid Endler stock back in 2017.  

As far as we know, we are some of the only remaining keepers of Snakeskin Orchids. Ours are that much more rare due to our own special journey with these breathtaking little fish. 

You will notice (secondary photo above) we were lucky enough to start out with a distinct variation of his already rare creation.  This gave us a unique opportunity to breed our new pure Snakeskin Orchid Endlers for the best of this compelling pattern. 

We were excited about what we had learned from Marty during many invaluable conversations with him in which we learned more about how he bred his original line. 

As you surely are already aware, Marty generously provides the hobby with an outstanding website:
We consider his work to be the authoritative resource on all things Endlers.

Read about Marty’s journey introducing his spectacular N-Class Snakeskin Orchid Endlers to the hobby here:

We find these Endlers to be complex in that they evolve greatly over their first year of life, ultimately showing their fullest range and definition of color at about one year of maturity. 

Truly, our photos here do not do the fish justice, but we continually attempt to photograph them in a way that conveys why they are worth every bit of the wait.  Check back often as we update you on our journey with them!

Listing is for one young adult pair (1 male, 1 female) along with extras as our stock levels permit. 

Marty’s N-Class Snakeskin Orchid Endler

Out of Stock