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  • Angelfish

    Angelfish (9)

    Angels are among the most colorful and popular fish for the home saltwater aquarium and most marine angelfish adapt well to captivity. Growing to about four inches in length, these mild tempered fish adapt well to captivity and are compatible with many other species.
  • Basslets

    Basslets (3)

    Reaching an average length of two inches in captivity, Basslets are colorful, hardy, and generally peaceful, although they may become territorial. If more than one member of the species is added to the aquarium, add these fish simultaneously, as severe conflicts may arise. Offer these fish plenty of hiding places.
  • Blennies

    Blennies (5)

    Blennies reach a size of three inches and are typically bottom dwellers. Blenny Fish are somewhat territorial in nature, and only one species per tank is recommended. Extensive rockwork and a good growth of micro-algae are necessary to successfully maintain them in captivity.
  • Butterflyfish

    Butterflyfish (2)

    Butterflyfish reach an adult size of six inches in captivity. The captive care of this group of fish varies a great deal due to the special feeding requirements (live coral polyp) of some species. A large tank with ample hiding places is needed to successfully maintain some species.
  • Cardinalfish & Solider Fish

    Cardinalfish & Solider Fish (3)

    The average size of most Cardinalfish in captivity is two inches. These fish make great additions to a peaceful aquarium, adapting well to life in captivity. Extensive rockwork and coral decorations should be provided to enable the fish to retreat from other tankmates. These fish can be bred successfully in captivity, and the fry can be raised to adulthood with…
  • Caribbean Tangs & Surgeons

    Caribbean Tangs & Surgeons (14)

    Tangs are commonly referred to as Surgeonfish or Doctorfish, and make a wonderful addition to the reef or fish only aquarium. If more than one species of Tang fish or Surgeonfish is going to be kept, introduce different genera along with different-sized specimens simultaneously to limit aggression. Approximate Purchase Size. Tiny: Under 1.25" Small: 1-1/2" to 2-1/2" Medium: 2-1/2" to…
  • Damselfish

    Damselfish (4)

    The average size of most Damselfish is two inches. They are often used to break in or cycle new aquariums. The majority of these fish are highly territorial, and may become aggressive toward other tankmates. They do well in groups of the same species.
  • Eels

    Eels (2)

    Most Eels reach a size between 24 to 36 inches. Eels feed mostly on fish and crustaceans, and most species adjust well to life in captivity and are very hardy inhabitants. A larger aquarium with adequate hiding places and a well-sealed lid is essential for maintaining Eels.
  • Gobies

    Gobies (7)

    Gobies are relatively small fish, usually reaching three inches in captivity. Goby fish species adjust well to aquarium life. A well-sealed lid is a requirement for keeping gobies, as they will jump out of an open aquarium. Plenty of rockwork and the proper substrate of coral sand should be provided to enable burrowing or sand sifting Gobies the proper environment.
  • Jawfish

    Jawfish (1)

    Comical, entertaining, and peaceful, Jawfish make a great addition to any saltwater community or reef aquarium. They will construct a burrow in aquarium substrate. Jawfish prefer to keep an eye on everything going on and will often build the burrow in the center of the aquarium. They will typically spit gravel at any fish that comes too near to the…
  • Miscellaneous Fish

    Miscellaneous Fish (7)

    Below is a diverse listing of fish belonging to many different families. Because the information on the fish in this category varies, please refer to each fish for specific information on classification, behavior, care and maintenance.
  • Rays and Sharks

    Rays and Sharks (5)

    Most rays that are available for the home aquarium are found on or around coral reefs, rocky reefs, or lagoons. In captivity, vitamin-enriched frozen squid, live ghost shrimp, and other meaty foods should be offered. A large, rounded aquarium (over 100 gallons), sandy substrate, and optimum water conditions are important factors when maintaining Rays.
  • Wrasses & Parrot Fish

    Wrasses & Parrot Fish (11)

    The Wrasse within this category will not pick at nor consume corals or most invertebrates. They are some of the most colorful of the moderately-sized saltwater fish that can be incorporated into a reef aquarium. Many of these wrasse fish species are very active by nature and are nearly always swimming out in the open, adding activity and beauty to…