30 species of Clownfish, including Ocellaris and Maroon Clown. Popular saltwater aquarium fish. Tank size: 20 gallons. Tank-bred available.
Royal Gramma: Small, colorful saltwater fish. Tank size: 30 gallons. Origin: Western Central Atlantic Ocean. Hardy, but can be aggressive.
Bangaii Cardinalfish: Small, black and white mouthbrooders. Tank size: 30 gallons. Origin: Banggai Islands, Indonesia. Suitable for experienced hobbyists.
Chalk Bass: Hardy marine fish for 30-gallon tanks. Relatively plain with bluish-white base coat and red stripes. Suitable for community reef tanks.
Yellow Coris Wrasse: Vibrant 5-inch fish for 50-gallon tanks. Hardy and social, but needs space. Reef-safe, may eat small invertebrates.
Coral Beauty Angelfish: 4-inch Indo-Pacific fish for 70-gallon tanks. Peaceful but may nip corals. Tank bred varieties available, hardier than wild caught.
Azure Damsel: 3-inch Indo-Pacific damselfish for 30-gallon tanks. Least aggressive of damselfish but can establish territories and attack tank mates.
Yellow Watchman Goby: 4-inch Western Pacific fish for 20-gallon tanks. Pair with a pistol shrimp for a symbiotic relationship. Active and burrows in substrate.
Yellow Tang: 8-inch Pacific fish for 125-gallon tanks. Active swimmers and grazers, need open space and rock. Tank bred for conservation.
Firefish Goby: 3-inch Indo-Pacific fish for 10-gallon tanks. Unique but prone to jumping. Consider purple firefish as colorful alternative.