When going to a local fish store (LFS), it can be always tempting to impulse buy a fancy looking fish that you have never seen or heard of before. Listed below are best reef safe fish fish that are best suited for virtually any community and reef setup. Equipment is important for this hobby, but proper fish selection is critical for success. I always would find it frustrating to see LFS sell fish that are for advanced fish keepers or not suited to the tank of the buyer (*cough* Tangs). In a later post, I will go through the top 10 saltwater aquarium fish you should avoid.
Today’s post we are going to talk about the Yellow Coris Wrasse – a great fish to add for pest control in the reef aquarium
The Royal Gramma has been a mainstay in many reef tanks for many years. Its scientific name is Gramma loreto and it hails from the Caribbean. This fish really packs it all. They are work in most aquariums due to their compact size, they are very hardy, and generally very peaceful.
Having a pet is one of the best things, especially if that pet is a fish. These creatures are silent, beautiful, and some of them are great for pest control. Although it might seem like fish are easy to care for, there are a lot of species
Saltwater fish are beautiful fish. A number of us get into the hobby loving the site of these fish in public aquariums or seeing a friend’s aquarium. We have compiled a list of the 10 most beautiful fish for saltwater aquariums.
As a responsible aquarist, I seek again to provide this learning opportunity to parents and children about the “Dory Fish” AKA Blue Tang. With the new Finding Dory movie coming out, there will be a large demand to have this fish in home aquariums and there is a whole lot more to educate new comers into the hobby about Dory.