The easy-to-care-for ember tetra is a small, glowing orange fish for a 10-gallon tank. They thrive with peaceful tank mates and prefer soft, slightly acidic water.
Guppies are by far one of the easiest to care for species out there. Plus, they have beautiful, varied colors, graceful fins, and a high activity level that makes them fun to watch.
Pick any color, and there is likely a platy in that hue. These peaceful fish not only look stunning in any tank, but they are hardy, easy to keep, and active.
Swordtails are sociable fish with unique caudal fins. Male aggression can be managed with a 1:2 male to female ratio.
Mollies are one of the larger livebearing fish, reaching around 4.5 inches (11 cm). They come in an impressive range of colors and fin shapes, and while hardy, require slightly more attention to water care than others.
Cherry barbs are beautiful and easy to care for. Keep a 1:2 ratio of males to females. Provide a planted tank for their natural habitat.
Hardy and vibrant, harlequin rasboras are perfect for small tanks. Their unique black patterns make them stand out in a school.
Oto cats are adorable and efficient algae eaters, perfect for peaceful community tanks. Their small size and suction mouths make them helpful tank cleaners.
Honey gouramis are fascinating fish with unique hunting techniques and the ability to breathe air. They are peaceful and can be kept in pairs or groups.
Neon tetras are small, colorful, and beginner-friendly fish. Ensure a stable nitrogen cycle and lower pH for optimal care. Introduce them to a settled community tank.