Saltwater Fish

Percula Clownfish

Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion percula): Ultimate Care Guide

Percula Clownfish are a popular choice for marine aquarium hobbyists. Their orange bodies feature three vertical white stripes bordered with black. Perculas have a symbiotic relationship with anemones and is often paired with this marine species. While this pairing isn’t a requirement, especially with captive-bred specimens, it does allow the territorial Percula to claim a

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Royal Gramma (Gramma Loreto)

Royal Gramma (Gramma Loreto): Ultimate Care Guide

As far as saltwater fish go, Royal Grammas are a hardy and peaceful fish that are easy to care for, even for beginners to keeping saltwater tanks. They are reef safe, and they go well with most other peaceful fish in a saltwater community setup. They are not picky when it comes to housing them, but they require lots of places to hide. A single Royal Gramma can be kept in an aquarium that is at least 30 gallons, but they appreciate more room if you have the space for it. The key to the health and longevity of Royal Grammas lies with their diet and water quality. It is a good idea to establish regular water changes, and monitor their water parameters frequently. Owners of Royal Gramma recommend that you perform water checks and changes about 3 times a week to check on the parameters, and cleanliness.

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