They caught everyone's attention with the 2003 hit Disney film called Finding Nemo, which won millions of hearts. That's is why beginners love to have them swimming around in their home aquariums. Clownfish have playful movements, outstanding personalities, and a good diet – all of which make them popular...
  The Chaetodontidae family includes a wide variety of Butterflyfish that come in a range of sizes and shades. In this section, we’ll briefly go over the most popular Butterflyfish species.   Copperband Butterflyfish       The Chelmon rostratus is known by many names that are mostly inspired by its appearance. These include Copperband Butterflyfish, Beaked Coralfish,...
  Tang fish is a popular choice in aquariums, thanks to their bright colors and relatively docile nature. Their most popular variants are Blue and Yellow Tang fish. Blue Tangs rose in prominence due to the 2001 Disney flick, Finding Nemo.In general, Tangs are not recommended to beginner hobbyists because...
  Coral beauty angelfish are some of the most elegant and mesmerizing saltwater aquarium fish. The beautiful coral reef is a highly sought after fish among aquarists due to its colorful appearance. It is surprisingly easy to care for, making it ideal for beginners. Here you will learn about the ideal aquarium...
  Flame Hawkfish is a hardy little fish that displays vibrant colors that make it popular among marine fishkeepers. They're easy to provide for and quickly adjust to tank life. They have an inquisitive nature and unique behavioral traits that make it endlessly entertaining to observe from afar.   The flame hawk...
  The Green Chromis has gained widespread attention because of its energetic persona and dazzling appearance. They belong to the Damselfish, infamous for their aggression, but the green shaded Chromis is the polar opposite. It is docile, playful, and gets along with most fish.   Green Chromis are ideal for fishkeepers with some...
  Different names know Diamond Watchman Gobies. They're known as the Orange, Spotted Sleeper Goby, Maiden Goby, or the Diamond Goby.    Goby grows about 6 to 7 inches and is considered the 'clean up' crew because of its fondness for sifting through substrates looking for a bite to eat.   An average diamond...
  Small and diminutive, the clever Dwarf Lionfish goes by many common names, including Butterfly Cod, Peacock, Scorpion Fish, and FireFish.   They're as fierce as they look and are hard-wired to go after smaller invertebrates and fish. They should do fine in tanks with similarly sized to sizeable semi-aggressive fish.   They do...
  Most wrasse fish species are popular in the saltwater aquarium hobby. These beautiful fish come in various colors and sizes and make an exciting addition to any marine tank, with or without corals. Their care requirements are beginner-friendly because it’s simple to mimic their natural habitat.To help you care...
  Chalk Bass is an underrated saltwater fish that has tons to offer to fishkeepers. It has a peaceful temperament, a curious personality, and can survive a range of saltwater conditions. They make an excellent addition to most reef tanks because they don’t pick on invertebrates or corals.   They’re excellent for...