Saltwater Fish

Longnose Hawkfish (Oxycirrhites typus): Ultimate Care Guide

Best suited to a serene setup, the Longnose Hawkfish appreciates plenty of places to perch and look out over its watery territory.
Being Tropical fish, the optimal temperature for Longnose Hawkfish is between 76.8-84.2F. The water temperature should be stable.
Longnose Hawkfish will thrive in a PH of 8.0-8.4. Fluctuations in PH will not be good for your fish.
Longnose Hawkfish are relatively small. They grow to be up to 5 inches (13cm).

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Pink Skunk Clownfish

The pink skunk clownfish is an unusual looking clownfish with a peachy orange colored body and one single white stripe on the head and the cheek. The stripe runs down up to the entire length of the back of the fish. A contradicting stripe is located at behind the eye. These fishes may be pretty aggressive with the smaller fishes nevertheless; they may be browbeaten by many energetic fellow fishes in the tank.

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Achiles Tang

The Achilles Tang as a full adult can grow to about 10 inches. They are quite beautiful with a black background lined with orange and white around the fins as a juvenile. As an adult they grow a large teardrop shape near their tail. When agitated, they will raise their dorsal fins to give the appearance of being larger. They also have a barb on either side of their spine near the tail that will protrude and be used as a weapon. They are found in the waters of the Pacific from Oceana to Hawaii.

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Yellow Angelfish: Care, Tank Size, Breeding & Disease

The Yellow Angelfish is a bright lemony yellow color that covers its whole body with no other markings. Yellow Angelfish are all born female. If you are looking to get a breeding pair, it is better to buy them both in their juvenile stage, with one fish larger than the other, and wait for them to mature. The larger and more dominant fish will undergo a hormonal change to male. Once the fish has grown into a male, some will develop a black mark on their faces, but other than that, they develop no other markings than their eye catching bright yellow.

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Ocellaris Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris)

Ocellaris Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris): Ultimate Care Guide

Ocellaris Clownfish are very easy to care for; they likely wouldn’t be nearly as popular as they are if they weren’t so easy to care for. These gorgeous fish don’t grow very large, making them a perfect choice for an at-home tank. They also don’t have very intense water requirements, pH levels, or Temperature requirements. Ocellaris Clownfish are omnivores which makes feeding them more manageable. These little orange fish also have a great temperament, making them a superb choice for a saltwater community tank. Just because Ocellaris Clownfish are notoriously easy to care for doesn’t mean that they should be neglected or not given the care they need. Be sure to check the water parameters and quality routinely. You should also perform regular water changes.

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Clown Triggerfish

The Triggerfish are the silent hunters of the aquarium world. Their sleek, oval shape with large head and protruding teeth make these guys a favorite fish to own. These Triggers can be difficult to keep for the beginner but worth the effort for as established tank.

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Queen Angelfish (Holacanthus Ciliaris): Ultimate Care Guide

The Queen Angelfish has a very boxy looking body with their dorsal and anal fins trailing behind them. They are a magnificent sight in the water with their beautiful coloration. Queen Angelfish are bright blue and yellow. You can identify them by a bright blue disc on their forehead with little blue spots around it. It gives the Queen Angelfish the appearance that it is wearing a crown on its head, and this is the reason it got its name. Their bodies are mostly their vibrant yellow with tints of blue all over. They also have a completely yellow tail. Juvenile Queen Angelfish much like other species of Angelfish are a completely different color than they are when they mature.

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Maroon Clownfish (Premnas Biaculeatus): Ultimate Care Guide

A more popular choice in the aquarium is the Maroon clownfish, also known as Premnas biaculeatus. This is because of they are easy to care for and have a very unique look to them. Cute and easy to manage, the maroon clownfish stands out in any tank due to its colors and spots. These maroon clownfish have a lot of variations to them and make wonderful additions to anyone’s aquarium.

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French Angelfish

Scientific Name Pomacanthus paru Common Name(s) French Angelfish, Black Angelfish Origin Caribbean Temperature Range 72-78°F Water Parameters dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.020-1.025 Adult Size 24in Diet Omnivorous, Sponges French Angelfish Facts: 1. Juveniles run “cleaning stations” at sea fans, cleaning other fish with their pelvic fins. They attract potential fish by fluttering their striking

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Emperor Angelfish (Pomacanthus Imperator)

Emperor Angelfish (Pomacanthus Imperator): Ultimate Care Guide

Emperor Angelfish appear differently as juveniles than they do as fully mature fish. The juvenile Emperor Angelfish have more curved, horizontal bands of white, black, and blue, whereas mature Emperor Angelfish have yellow and blue horizontal stripes on their bodies. They are popular fish for home aquariums for their beauty, and coloration as no other fish has yellow and blue stripes.

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