If you’re like me, then one of your favorite things to do is sit back and watch your reef tank filled with beautiful fish swimming around. Among the many different types of fishes that can be kept in a reef tank, lyretail anthias (Pseudanthias squamipinnis) are perhaps some of the most colorful and striking. Lyretail anthias require a fair bit of care, but if you’re up for it they are definitely worth keeping! In this article I’ll provide a complete guide on how to take care of lyretail anthias so that you can enjoy them in your reef tank for years to come.
If you’re looking for a comprehensive guide on how to care for your coral beauty angel, look no further! In this post, we’ll go over everything you need to know in order to keep your fish happy and healthy. From food to tank size, we’ve got you covered. So read on and get started!
Are you new to reef tanks? Thinking of setting one up and don’t know where to start when it comes to choosing fish? Well, you’ve come to the right place! In this article, we’re going to take a look at 10 saltwater fish that are perfect for beginners – and 3 that you should avoid at all costs. By the time you’re done reading, you’ll be armed with all the information you need to make the right choices for your tank. So let’s get started!
For saltwater aquarium enthusiasts, there’s nothing quite like the beauty and grace of an angelfish. These gentle creatures come in a wide variety of shapes and colors, making them a popular choice for reef tanks. If you’re looking to add some angel fish to your tank, here are 15 awesome species to choose from! (With pictures!). Before we get started, let’s talk about the species and where they come from.
Looking for a Triggerfish for your saltwater aquarium? Reef Triggerfish are some of the most entertaining and rewarding fish to own. I’ve personally had a great experience with a blue throat triggerfish in a mixed reef tank. Next to a scribbled rabbitfish that I had, it was my favorite fish I’ve ever owned.
Have you ever wondered if your fish are sick? Fish can also get infected with diseases! It can be one of the most problematic issues when owning a saltwater aquarium. Saltwater fish diseases are problematic and several are considered tank wipers in our hobby.
The wrasse family, Labridae, contains some of the most colorful and most popular species of fish in the marine hobby. Of the 600 known wrasse species in the wild, many wrasse types stay small, making them a perfect addition to most aquarium setups; one exception to this is the humphead wrasse (Cheilinus undulatus) which can grow to be 90 inches long!
Tangs are one of the most recognizable species of marine fish, perhaps second only to the clownfish. One of the most notable members of this group is a hippo tang (Paracanthurus hepatus) named Dory from Pixar’s Finding Nemo.
Looking for a full Mandarin Goby care guide? I have you covered today on this beautiful, but tricky to care for fish.
The Mandarin Goby is a small fish with big personality. They are very hardy, but need a constant food supply to thrive. This guide will give you everything you need to know in order to keep your new fish healthy and happy! Let’s dive in!
The Six Line Wrasse is a fantastic yet misunderstood fish. It is known for its unique coloration and interesting behavior. It is also known for its aggression in a community tank. In this blog post, we will discuss everything you need to know about caring for your own six line wrasse! These are great fish. It’s a shame to see them given away because they become too aggressive.
If you own a reef tank, chances are you have seen cleaner shrimp. These are active and attractive shrimp for your tank. But what do they eat? How often should I feed them? What size tank do they need? These are all questions about cleaner shrimp care that we will answer in this guide to help make caring for these important creatures easier!
Clownfish are one of, if not, the most popular fish in all of the aquarium hobby. These saltwater fish have been made popular by Pixar’s animated film, Finding Nemo, but their bright colors and easy care secure their spot at number one. There are many types of clownfish that you can purchase due to breeder efforts.