Royal Blue Tang: Popular saltwater aquarium fish, not a true tang. Feeds on algae and krill, adds color to tanks with blue and black pattern.
Vibrant wrasses: Colorful saltwater fish, known for swirled patterns and vibrant colors. Some are cleaner fish and reef cleaners for added color.
Unique Blennies: Bottom-dwelling reef fish with rounded heads and eel-like bodies. Peaceful, beginner-friendly, and helpful for tank cycling.
Stunning saltwater angels: Blue, Flame, Imperator. Perfect for reef tanks with abundant coral. Flame Angel considered "reef-safe." Pair with Royal Blue Tang, Yellow Butterfly.
Vibrant Royal Grammas: Purple front, yellow rear. Hardy and peaceful for beginner reef tanks, but keep as singles or mated pairs due to aggression.
Colorful basslets, like royal gramma, are small and hardy saltwater fish. Avoid keeping males of same color together. They eat flakes and are disease resistant but sensitive to water changes.
Popular in small saltwater setups, gobies are peaceful and small community fish. They prefer reef or sandy bottoms, delicate fins, and fine substrate. Feeding can be tricky with aggressive tank mates.
Popular beginner saltwater fish, Electric Blue Damsels are small, reef-friendly, and semi-aggressive. Keep one male with multiple females. Active and omnivorous, they eat a variety of foods.
Yellow Tang: Beautiful reef fish, best kept alone or in large tanks. Algae eaters, but can be fed meat-based flakes. Compatible with most species, but may nip smaller fish.
Clownfish: Popular reef fish, often associated with anemones. Come in various colors. Hardy if aquarium-bred. Avoid wild-caught specimens.