Saltwater Fish

Spotted Moray Eel

Spotted Moray Eel (Gymnothorax moringa): Ultimate Care Guide

Spotted Moray Eel (Gymnothorax moringa) can be very interesting creatures and are like “living fossils” due to a lack of scales and a boney figure. They are truly gorgeous, colorful creatures that have rightfully earned their place in the coral reef environment. Spotted Moray Eel Habitat Spotted morays inhabit tropical waters saltwater extending from North …

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Blue Angelfish

Blue Angelfish (Holacanthus Bermudensis): Ultimate Care Guide

The Blue Angelfish is one of the most beautifully vivid fish in rocky reefs known for its graceful swimming style. Blue Angelfish is a saltwater fish, typically found in the tropical western Atlantic Ocean. These fish are not distributed extensively through the Bahamas as well as along the coasts of North and South America from …

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Blue Parrotfish

Blue Parrotfish (Scarus coeruleus) | Facts & Care Guide

The blue parrotfish, known by the scientific name Scarus coeruleus, is a member of the parrotfish family and is an ocean dwelling fish most often found in the tropical and subtropical waters of the western Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea. The scientific name for the blue parrotfish comes from Latin and means blue fish. The blue parrotfish is one of nearly 60 parrotfish species that exist in reef waters today. They are abundant in the southern region of the Gulf of Mexico and are the second largest parrotfish species to be found in the Caribbean. They have been reported as far north as Maryland, U.S.A and as far south as northern South America. The blue parrotfish is also popular in southern Florida regions including but not limited to the Florida Keys. The blue parrotfish enjoys living in coral reefs and shallow coastline waters up to 80 feet in depth and are native to Bermuda, the Bahamas, Jamaica, and Haiti.

Six Line Wrasse

Six Line Wrasse (Pseudocheilinus hexataenia): Ultimate Care Guide

Six Line Wrasse (Pseudocheilinus hexataenia) are a species of saltwater fish that are quickly growing in popularity. They are typically found in the Red Sea and both the Indian and Pacific Oceans. They can also be found along the coast of Southern Africa, along with the coasts of India and Japan, as well as Fiji. …

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Rainbow Parrotfish

Rainbow Parrotfish (Scarus Guacamaia): Ultimate Care Guide

The Rainbow Parrotfish (Scarus Guacamaia) is a beautiful and colorful fish that is found widespread across the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans.  The Rainbow Parrotfish is mostly yellow with brown stripes near its eyes and mouth, which fade into varying shades of red towards its tail.  These striking colors make it difficult not to fall …

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Firefish Goby

Firefish Goby: Care, Tank Size, Tank Mates, Breeding & Diet

Firefish Goby (Nemateleotris Magnifica), also known as red-fire goby, the fire dartfish, or the magnificent firefish is a species of dartfish that can be found mainly in the coral reefs surroundings of the Pacific and Indian oceans. Particularly from the coast of eastern Africa to the Islands of Hawaii and the Austral Island upwards to the islands of Ryukyu. The Firefish Goby is a stunning saltwater fish with impressive colorations and an astounding body shape, as well as a remarkable personality. And so it is one of the multiple famous fishes kept by many people in the aquarium.

Melanurus Wrasse

Melanurus Wrasse (Halichoeres melanurus): Care Guide

Melanurus Wrasse are an ideal starter wrasse for beginner aquarists wishing to own one of these fish. Their striking colors are beautiful to look at, with their pigmentation becoming more vibrant the older they become. This Western Pacific fish has a healthy appetite, even devouring parasites and pecking their tank mates clean. Melanurus Wrasse are also known as: Hoeven’s Wrasse, Tail Spot Wrasse, Yellow-lined Wrasse, Orange-tipped Rainbowfish, Tailspot Wrasse, and Pinstriped Wrasse.

Rainbow Wrasse

Rainbow Wrasse Fish Care Guide (Coris Julis)

Rainbow Wrasse (Coris Julis) are an interesting, brightly colored fish. Their color changes once they mature. Interestingly enough, both juvenile males and females can mature and grow into adult males. The Rainbow Wrasse has a long torpedo body shape. The adult males can have a green, blue, or brown body with a white belly. The males also have bright, jagged, orange bands on their bodies. Both male and female Rainbow Wrasse juveniles are a dull brown color with yellowish sides and whitish bellies. The mature females keep their juvenile coloration.