Saltwater Fish
SALTWATER FISH
 


A WORD ABOUT OUR SPECIMENS
We Wouldn't Sell You a Fish That We Wouldn't Put in Our Own Tank…
All our fish are obtained from overseas suppliers using ethical collection, handling, and shipping techniques.

 
Beginner fish in this section are species that have proven to be hardy, undemanding, and well-suited for the beginning marine aquarium hobbyist. By following our advice on care and compatibility, you will find that keeping a successful saltwater aquarium can be a rewarding and fascinating experience. 

 
Reef Safe Fish are saltwater aquarium species that will not pick at nor consume corals or most invertebrates. By following our advice on care and compatibility, you will find that keeping a successful saltwater aquarium can be a rewarding and fascinating experience. 


 SEAHORSE'S

 Black Hippocampus Reidi
Tank Raised

Black Hippocampus Reidi
Description: Also called the Long Snout Seahorse, the Hippocampus Reidi Seahorse is one of the most beautiful of all seahorse species, displaying almost unnatural shades of yellow, orange, and red.Tank Bred in Sri Lanka , their coloration may change in the aquarium and is highly dependent on the colors of its environment. They are a slender, narrow bodied slow growing sea horse that can reach in an aquarium lengths of 51/2 - 6 inches long and may live 5 to 7 years with proper care. Rated the most popular, exotic and colorful sea horse in the world by hobbyists everywhere, they are native to the waters of Brazil. They best when kept as either a mated pair, or with a small group of its own kind in a species-only aquarium of 20 gallons or larger. The taller the aquarium, the better, at least 12 inches high is best, as good circulation is most important. It will get along well with small, shy fish such as gobies, ocellaris and percula clowns, and firefish. But aggressive, territorial fish, or fast-moving fish do not make good companions. When ready to mate, the male Brazilian Reidi Seahorse will impress the female with its dramatic color changes, energetic pouch displays, and lots of graceful dancing. If receptive, the future mate will entwine tails, dance, and promenade with it, and then deposit as many as 600 eggs in the male pouch. About 14 days later, the male will give birth between 50-400 perfect miniature replicas of the pair.
Minimum Tank Size: The Hippocampus Reidi prefers a tank of at least 20 gallons and good circulation is most important. Have gorgonians, other plants in the tank for the seahorses to hold on to.
Diet: Seahorses do best when fed twice a day and do well on a diet of brine and mysid shrimp, amphipods and other macroscopic life. Offer frozen Mysis shrimp, frozen Brine Shrimp plus, Ocean Nutrition Prime Reef (Frozen), and other small meat based foods.
Level of Care: All seahorses are high high maintenance and very delicate.
approximate purchase size: 3-4"
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

 $64.99 each  Male/Female Pair $159.99


 Yellow Hippocampus Reidi

Tank Raised

Yellow Hippocuampus Reidi
Description: Also called the Long Snout Seahorse, the Hippocampus Reidi Seahorse is one of the most beautiful of all seahorse species, displaying almost unnatural shades of yellow, orange, and red.Tank Bred in Sri Lanka , their coloration may change in the aquarium and is highly dependent on the colors of its environment. They are a slender, narrow bodied slow growing sea horse that can reach in an aquarium lengths of 51/2 - 6 inches long and may live 5 to 7 years with proper care. Rated the most popular, exotic and colorful sea horse in the world by hobbyists everywhere, they are native to the waters of Brazil. They best when kept as either a mated pair, or with a small group of its own kind in a species-only aquarium of 20 gallons or larger. The taller the aquarium, the better, at least 12 inches high is best, as good circulation is most important. It will get along well with small, shy fish such as gobies, ocellaris and percula clowns, and firefish. But aggressive, territorial fish, or fast-moving fish do not make good companions. When ready to mate, the male Brazilian Reidi Seahorse will impress the female with its dramatic color changes, energetic pouch displays, and lots of graceful dancing. If receptive, the future mate will entwine tails, dance, and promenade with it, and then deposit as many as 600 eggs in the male pouch. About 14 days later, the male will give birth between 50-400 perfect miniature replicas of the pair.
Minimum Tank Size: The Hippocampus Reidi prefers a tank of at least 20 gallons and good circulation is most important. Have gorgonians, other plants in the tank for the seahorses to hold on to.
Diet: Seahorses do best when fed twice a day and do well on a diet of brine and mysid shrimp, amphipods and other macroscopic life. Offer frozen Mysis shrimp, frozen Brine Shrimp plus, Ocean Nutrition Prime Reef (Frozen), and other small meat based foods.
Level of Care: All seahorses are high high maintenance and very delicate.
approximate purchase size: 3-4"
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

 $89.99 each  Male/Femakle Pair $209.99

 

 ANTHIAS
Anthias live in large colonies around branching corals which they find shelter and a place to rest at night. They are active during the daylight and spend most of their time swimming above the coral reef, feeding on plankton. Their number of individuals within a specific school can be in the thousands. Schools are made up of smaller groups which are called harems with one male and approximately six to twenty females. Anthias species are all hermaphroditic. This means that if a dominant male dies, the largest female will often morph into a male and take its place in the hierarchy. These fish are completely reef safe and should not bother any corals, clams, or invertebrates. They are best kept singly unless you have a larger tank of 125 gallons or more. All Anthias except the Sunburst Anthias, should be kept as a trio 1 Male to 2 Females. In this arrangement, they will acclimate much easier, and act more like they would in the wild. Of course in larger tanks they can be kept in larger groups, at which point it could be best to keep at least 2 males in with 6 or more females.

 Fathead / Sunburst Anthias
(Serranocirrhitus latus)


Description The Sunburst Anthias is one of the more demanding of the Anthias, and should be kept in as a solitary specimen, as it does not do well with others of it's own or with other Anthias. As with most Anthias kept in aquariums, the Sunburst Anthias will look their best when the tank has a lot of cliffs and overhangs, mimicking their natural environment. Diet: The Serranocirrhitus latus is a planktivore and likes to eat mysid shrimp, amphipods and other macroscopic life. Offer frozen Mysis shrimp, Ocean Nutrition Prime Reef (Frozen), and other small meat based foods.
Minimum Tank Size: The Fathead/Sunburst Anthias prefers a tank of at least 75 gallons with plenty of places to hide & swim.
Level of Care: The Fathead/Sunburst Anthias is a high maintenance fish. Very delicate.
Availability: Please call prior to ordering this animal as it is often not available.
approximate purchase size: 2-4"
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

$59.99

  Dispar Anthias
(Pseudanthias Dispar)



Description: The Dispar Anthias is commonly known as the Madder Seaperch. Males have a bright red dorsal fin and lack any red stripes on their tail. The female may display a yellowish-orange on the top and pale lavender to white on the underside.
Diet: Dispar do best when fed twice a day and do well on a diet of planktivore and they like to eat mysid shrimp, amphipods and other macroscopic life. Offer frozen Mysis shrimp, Ocean Nutrition Prime Reef (Frozen), and other small meat based foods.
Minimum Tank Size: 25 gallon tank will suffice for one fish, however, if keeping a group, a 125 gallon tank should be used since Anthias appreciate plenty of room to swim.
Level of Care: Moderate
approximate purchase size: 2-4"
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.


$25.99

   Evansi Anthias
(Pseudanthias evansi )


Description The Evansi Anthias is one of the more demanding of the Anthias, and should be kept in as a solitary specimen, as it does not do well with others of it's own or with other Anthias. As with most Anthias kept in aquariums, the Evansi Anthias will look their best when the tank has a lot of cliffs and overhangs, mimicking their natural environment. Diet: The Evansi Anthias is a planktivore and likes to eat mysid shrimp, amphipods and other macroscopic life. Offer frozen Mysis shrimp, Ocean Nutrition Prime Reef (Frozen), and other small meat based foods.
Minimum Tank Size: The Evansi Anthias prefers a tank of at least 75 gallons with plenty of places to hide & swim.
Level of Care: The Evansi Anthias is a high maintenance fish. Very delicate.
Availability: Please call prior to ordering this animal as it is often not available.
approximate purchase size: 2-4"
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

$39.99

   Square Pink Anthias
(Pseudanthias Pleurotaenia)


Description: The male Squarepink Anthias is one of the most recognizable members of this family to aquarists. The male is nearly fluorescent pink in color with a purple square spot on each side. The female is a bright orange-yellow color with a thin blue line running from its head to its pectoral fin. Although it often swims in open water, the Squarespot Anthias requires several caves or hiding places where it can rest and avoid intense reef lighting.
Diet: This Anthias does best when fed twice a day and does well on a diet of planktivore and likes to eat mysid shrimp, amphipods and other macroscopic life. Offer frozen Mysis shrimp, Ocean Nutrition Prime Reef (Frozen), and other small meat based foods.
Minimum Tank Size: 25 gallon tank will suffice for one fish, however, if keeping a group, a 125 gallon tank should be used since the Squareback Anthias appreciates plenty of room to swim.
Level of Care: Moderate
approximate purchase size: 2-4"
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.
Squarepink Anthias, Female (Fiji) 

 $34.99
Squarepink Anthias, Male (Fiji)

 $49.99

   Lyretail Anthias
(Pseudanthias squamipinnis)



Description:The Lyretail Anthias are one of the more popular home tank anthias. The males have orange to reddish hues, while the females tend to be more yellow/golden. Males are best kept alone with several females, or singly. The Anthias dwells in the middle of a tank but appreciates the availability to have several hiding places.
Diet: This Anthias does best when fed twice a day and does well on a diet of planktivore and likes to eat mysid shrimp, amphipods and other macroscopic life. Offer frozen Mysis shrimp, Ocean Nutrition Prime Reef (Frozen), and other small meat based foods.
Minimum Tank Size: 25 gallon tank will suffice for one fish, however, if keeping a group, a 125 gallon tank should be used since Anthias appreciate plenty of room to swim.
Level of Care: Moderate
approximate purchase size: 2-4"
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.
Lyretail Anthias , Female (Maldives) 

 $29.99
Lyretail Anthias, Male (Maldives)

 $34.99

  Ventralis Anthias
(Pseudanthias ventralis)


Description The Ventralis Anthias is one of the more demanding of the Anthias, and should be kept in as a solitary specimen, as it does not do well with others of it's own or with other Anthias. As with most Anthias kept in aquariums, the Ventralis Anthias will look their best when the tank has a lot of cliffs and overhangs, mimicking their natural environment. Diet: The Pseudanthias ventralis is a planktivore and likes to eat mysid shrimp, amphipods and other macroscopic life. Offer frozen Mysis shrimp, Ocean Nutrition Prime Reef (Frozen), and other small meat based foods.
Minimum Tank Size: The Ventralis Anthias prefers a tank of at least 75 gallons with plenty of places to hide & swim.
Level of Care: The Ventralis Anthias is a high maintenance fish. Very delicate.
approximate purchase size: 2-4"
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Ventralis Anthias , Female (Maldives) 

 $59.99
Ventralis Anthias , Male (Maldives)

 $79.99

  Randalls Anthias
(Pseudanthias randalli)


Description The Randalls Anthias is one of the most beautiful in the anthias family. Male Randall's Anthias become striped in red and magenta while females will have a yellow nose. As with most Anthias kept in aquariums, the Randalls will look their best when the tank has a lot of cliffs and overhangs, mimicking their natural environment.
Diet: Being a planktivore, it likes to eat mysid shrimp, amphipods and other macroscopic life. Offer frozen Mysis shrimp, Ocean Nutrition Prime Reef (Frozen), and other small meat based foods.
Minimum Tank Size: Prefers a tank of at least 75 gallons with plenty of places to hide & swim.
Level of Care: Moderate
approximate purchase size: 2-4"
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.


$59.99

   Bartletts Anthias
(Psuedoanthias bartlettorum)



Description The Bartlett's Anthias is also known as the Bartlets Fairy Bass. The males have a more intense coloration with a violet body and yellow running along the back through the upper caudal lobe. The females tend to be lavender in color with a yellow back and caudal fin. A beautiful fish for the fish only, invertebrate or reef aquarium.
Diet: Being a planktivore, it likes to eat mysid shrimp, amphipods and other macroscopic life. Offer frozen Mysis shrimp, Ocean Nutrition Prime Reef (Frozen), and other small meat based foods.
Minimum Tank Size: Prefers a tank of at least 50 gallons with plenty of places to hide & swim.
Level of Care: One of the Easiest of Anthias to keep
approximate purchase size: 2-4"

Marshall Islands $49.99

     Threadfin or Carberryi Anthias
(Nemanthias carberryi)


Description The Carberryi Anthias is also known as the Threadfin Anthias and comes from the reefs of the Maldives and is a very striking fish. These Anthias are purple on the head and abdomen area and the back and tail are yellow.
Diet: Being a planktivore, it likes to eat mysid shrimp, amphipods and other macroscopic life. Offer frozen Mysis shrimp, Ocean Nutrition Prime Reef (Frozen), and other small meat based foods.
Minimum Tank Size: Prefers a tank of at least 50 gallons with plenty of places to hide & swim.
Level of Care: Moderate
approximate purchase size: 2-4"
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.


Sri Lanka $44.99

 Red Fairy Anthias
(Pseudanthias kashiwae)


Description The Tricolor Anthias is also referred to as the Cooper's Anthias, Red Fairy Basslet, Silver Streak, or Kashiwae Anthias. A well developed lateral red bar and a red caudal fin differentiate the male from a female which only has red tips on the caudal fin and a pinkish-orange body color. This is one of the few Anthias that can be kept with other varieties, e.g.; the Lyretail, Squarespot, and Purple Queen. Use caution when introducing the Tricolor to a tank. If there is aggressive or deadly behavior, the fish should be separated.
Diet: Being a planktivore, it likes to eat mysid shrimp, amphipods and other macroscopic life. Offer frozen Mysis shrimp, Ocean Nutrition Prime Reef (Frozen), and other small meat based foods.
Minimum Tank Size: It is best kept in a 25 gallon tank as a single specimen, or in a minimum of 70 gallon tank for a group. The Tricolor needs a large amount of room in which to swim.
Level of Care: Moderate
approximate purchase size: 2-4"
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Maldives $34.99

  Hutchi or Green Anthias
(Pseudanthias hutchi )


Description The Red Cheek Anthias is also referred to as the Green or Sea Goldie Anthias. They normally inhabit shallow reef faces and drop offs.and originates within the reefs of the Solomon Islands. The males are yellowish green in color with an orange stripe located just behind the eye. Their fins are outlined in an electric blue color that gives the fish a very dramatic look. The females are not as brightly colored as the males and share the same orange stripe behind the eye.
Diet: Being a planktivore, it likes to eat mysid shrimp, amphipods and other macroscopic life. Offer frozen Mysis shrimp, Ocean Nutrition Prime Reef (Frozen), and other small meat based foods.
Minimum Tank Size: The Huchtii Anthias does best when kept in an aquarium of at least 50 gallons. Males are best kept alone with several females in an aquarium of at least 120 gallons, or singly.
Level of Care: Moderate
approximate purchase size: 2-4"
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.


Hutchi Anthias, Female (Solomon) 

 $29.99
Hutchi Anthias, male (Solomon)

 $39.99

Hawiian Fancy Bicolor Anthias
(Pseudanthias bicolor)


Description The Hawaiian Fancy Bicolor Anthias originates from the waters of Hawaii, where they form giant schools among the many reefs. The males have a more brilliant coloration with a violet body and yellow running along the back through the upper caudal lobe. The dorsal fin of the male is edged in purple, and the first ray is elongated. The females tend to be lavender in color with a yellow back and caudal fin. These are one of the hardier of the Anthias and make a wonderful addition to the saltwater reef or fish only aquarium. The Anthias dwell in the middle of the aquarium, but appreciates the availability of several hiding places. These fish should not be kept with aggressive fish that will cause them to become withdrawn from the rest of the community.
Diet: Being a planktivore, it likes to eat mysid shrimp, amphipods and other macroscopic life. Offer frozen Mysis shrimp, Ocean Nutrition Prime Reef (Frozen), and other small meat based foods.
Minimum Tank Size: The Hawaiian Fancy Bicolor Anthias does best when kept with its own species in an aquarium of at least 70 gallons, but is also a beautiful fish for the fish only, invertebrate or reef aquarium.
Level of Care: One of the Easiest of Anthias to keep
approximate purchase size: 2-4"

Hawiian Islands $39.99

 CARDINAL'S

 Flame Cardinal
Apogon maculatus

Description: The Flame Cardinal, also known as the Flamefish, is fiery red with light accents of blue and green. Some nice caves and peaceful tank mates are a good environment for this slow and methodical swimmer. It is a nocturnal fish and may be watched using a red light.
Recommended minimum tank size: 30 gallon or larger
Food and diet:The Flame Cardinal requires a well-balanced and vitamin-enriched diet of meaty foods such as brine shrimp, frozen meaty fish foods, bloodworms, and depending on its size, live feeder fish.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef tank or community fish

$14.99 ea

 Bangai Cardinal
( Pterapogon Kauderni)

Description: Although known to science since 1993, this spectacular Cardinalfish is only a recent addition to the aquarium trade. Does great in captivity. Quite peaceful with other fish Relatively easy to breed in the home aquarium, but be prepared to lose a good number of specimens while pairs are established. Keep only with small peaceful fishes. A great community fish.
Recommended minimum tank size: 30 gallon or larger
Food and diet:Meaty foods, including marine fish, crustacean flesh, mysid shrimp and frozen preparations. Feed Daily.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef tank or community fish.

$24.99 ea

Pajama Cardinal
( Sphaeramia nematoptera)

Description: It eats nearly anything offered and tolerates less than optimal water conditions better than other cardinals. This is a great aquarium fish in a peaceful setting. These fish can be, and are best kept in small groups. Very easy to care for.
Recommended minimum tank size: 30 gallon or larger
Food and diet:Meaty foods, including marine fish, crustacean flesh, mysid shrimp and frozen preparations. Feed Daily.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef tank or community fish.

Small $10.99 Medium - $15.99

 THIS WEEKS BLENNIES, GOBY'S, JAWFISH, & DOTTYBACKS

Sankeyi Dottyback
(Pseudochromis Sankeyi)
Description: The Sankeyi Dottyback also called the Striped Dottyback is found in the Southern Red Sea and Gulf of Aden. They live in small colonies in rock rubble at relatively shallow depths. This is by far the least territorial of the dottybacks due to its lifestyle of living in association with other members of the species. The Sankeyi's colors are a distinctive black and white striped pattern. This is an easy species to care for in the marine aquarium, as long as it's provided good rocky hiding places. More than one per tank is no problem since they exhibit colonial behavior and do not fight each other. In aquariums they are also suitable for community fish tanks.
Recommended minimum tank size: 20 gallon or larger
Food and diet:They are small plankton feeders so foods such as brine shrimp, krill and mysid shrimp are perfect. Feed Daily.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.
$47.99

Sunrise Dottyback
(Pseudochromis Flavivertex)


Description: The Sunrise Dottyback is another brightly colored basslet found in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden. They have a yellow stripe dorsally from the snout to the tail, and have a blue body with white ventral area. They are found living as solitary individuals around coral heads and rock rubble on the bottom. Generally, they are not too aggressive in aquariums and can be kept with gobies, blennies and other small reef tank fish. In aquariums they are relatively peaceful, and also suitable for community fish tanks. Plenty of rocky hiding places should be provided though.
Recommended minimum tank size: 20 gallon or larger
Food and diet:They are small plankton feeders so foods such as brine shrimp, krill and mysid shrimp are perfect. Feed Daily.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.
$47.99

 

Splendid Dottyback
(Pseudochromis splendens)

Description: The Splendid Dottyback is a most beautiful rock basslet found in eastern Indonesia and the Northwest coast of Australia. Uncommonly imported into the U.S. ,they have commanded high demand from hobbyists. This is one of the largest dottyback species reaching a full-grown size of up to 6 inches. They live solitary on coral heads and sponges at depths of 60-120 feet.
Recommended minimum tank size: 20 gallon or larger
Food and diet:They are small plankton feeders so foods such as brine shrimp, krill and mysid shrimp are perfect.  Feed Daily.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$39.99


Tankraised Orchid Dottyback
( Pseudomchromis Fridmani)
Description: Held in high esteem by many reef-tank keepers for it's almost fluorescent violet coloration, lack of shyness, elegant swimming style, and a "minding my own business" attitude. The Orchid Dottyback, sometimes called King Solomon's fish, is found only in the Red Sea. It is found in colonies near vertical walls or ledges, where they dart out to grab a meal from the passing zooplankton, then rush back. In the sea they are found at moderate to deep depths, and look blue rather than the magenta or violet color most aquarists are used to. This is due to the filtering of red light by sea water. In aquariums, the Orchid dottyback is quite easy to keep and feed.
Recommended minimum tank size: 20 gallon or larger
Food and diet:They are small plankton feeders so foods such as brine shrimp, krill and mysid shrimp are perfect. Feed Daily.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.


$47.99

    #1 FISH FOR BRISTLE WORM CONTROL  
Tank Raised Neon Dottyback
(Pseudochromis aldabraensis)

Description:The Neon Dottyback, also known as the Neon Pseudochromis, is exotically pigmented, with an eye catching neon blue, orange, and yellow. They are strikingly beautiful to look at and have a very curious personality. Tank Bred Dottybacks are very hardy and durable fish making them a perfect addition for the novice or seasoned aquarist.
Recommended minimum tank size: 20 gallon or larger
Food and diet:They are small plankton feeders so foods such as brine shrimp, krill and mysid shrimp are perfect. Feed Daily.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.


$47.99

  Barnacle Blennies
Acanthemblemaria sp.

Bright red eyes and a pinkish/red mouth.
Description:One of the coolest blennies we have ever found, Barnacle Blennies are social, you can keep as many together as you would like. Also known as the Tube Blenny, it likes to live in small places like the inside of a hollow barnacle or other snail shell etc. It's color is a mottled black, white and red which covers the body and fins. The head of this fish is covered with hair-like appendages and has two very large red eyes. and a pinkish/red mouth. They are a very attentive fish constantly watching about the aquarium waiting for a meal to come their way. The Barnacle Blenny is a very entertaining fish, as they race as fast and furious as they can to snatch food from the water column. The Barnacle Blenny is always seen within it's residence in a small crevice in the rocks, in an old snail shell or as the name applies peering out of a barnacle.
Recommended minimum tank size: 10 gallon or larger
Food and diet:They are small plankton feeders so foods such as brine shrimp, krill and mysid shrimp are perfect. Feed Daily.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.
Approximate Purchase Size: 3/4" to 1-3/4"
 

$24.99 each

Diadema Pseudochromis

Description:Solid yellow, with a purple stripe down the middle of the head, that looks like a punk haircut! Also known by the common name Diadema Dottyback, a few different dottybacks in your tank will assure your tank of a long life without bristle worms.
Recommended minimum tank size: 20 gallon or larger
Food and diet:They are small plankton feeders so foods such as brine shrimp, krill and mysid shrimp are perfect. Feed Daily.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.


$13.99

Bicolor Psudochromis
Pseudochromis paccagnellae

Description:Bicolor Pseudochromis, are found living within the coral reefs of the Indo-Pacific region. Also known by the common name Bicolor Dottyback, they are agile swimmers that bring a wealth of color to the aquarium. They are also revered for their ability to hunt and consume bristleworms.
Recommended minimum tank size: 20 gallon or larger
Food and diet:They are small plankton feeders so foods such as brine shrimp, krill and mysid shrimp are perfect. Feed Daily.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$13.99

 Magenta Pseudochromis
Pseudochromis Porphyreus


Description:What makes this particular species so appealing? Maybe it is its dazzling purple coloration, or perhaps it has something to do with its interestingly curious nature. Also known by the common name Magenta Dottyback, these fish are so bold, that they will often times dart out to challenge the feeding hand of its owner and remain close by It remains rather small as compared to other marine fish, reaching an average of only 3 inches in length.
Recommended minimum tank size: 20 gallon or larger
Food and diet:They are small plankton feeders so foods such as brine shrimp, krill and mysid shrimp are perfect. Feed Daily.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

13.99

  Orange Striped Goby
Amblygobius decussatus

Great for algae control
Description: The orange striped goby is a beautiful fish that also serves you by eating algae off of the rocks, sandbed, etc.. The pearly white body with orange criss cross stripes make for one beautiful fish.
Recommended Tank size: 30 gallon
Feeding and Diet: It feeds on a variety of small crustaceans, vitamin-enriched brine shrimp (live or frozen), mysid shrimp, prepared foods for herbivores, and algae growing in the tank.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$24.99

Blue Mandarin Goby
(Dragonette Goby)

Description:  Beautiful coloration, reminds me of the paisley patterns famous in the 60's. Excellent tank companions as well for sea horses and pipe fish. Good for keeping brown flatworms under control in reef aquariums.
Recommended Tank size: 50 gallon
Feeding and Diet: The diet should consist of a variety of live and frozen brine shrimp, and prepared foods .
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.


$18.99 small $24.99 medium
Mated Pairs
$47.99 

 Green Target Mandarin Goby


Description:  A very popular goby, It should be housed in an aquarium with live rock. It will rarely become aggressive towards other fish, but it is territorial. Excellent tank companions as well for sea horses and pipe fish. Good for keeping brown flatworms under control in reef aquariums.
Recommended Tank size: 50 gallon
Feeding and Diet: The diet should consist of a variety of live and frozen brine shrimp, and prepared foods .
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$18.99 small $24.99 medium

 Yashia Whiteray Shrimpgoby
(Stonogobiops sp.)

Description: One of the most spectacular members of the genus Stonogobiops is the Yashia whiteray shrimpgoby (Stonogobiops sp.). This beautiful fish has a long, white first dorsal spine. It also has bright or rusty orange longitudinal lines on the flanks that are broken into elongate spots on the head and opercula. This beautiful goby attains a maximum length of around 5 cm (2.0 in.). The whiteray shrimpgoby can be found on sand or mixed sand rubble slopes, where it is most often found at depths in excess of 30 m (98 ft.). It will hover in the water column near its hole, but will also spend a considerable amount of time resting on the bottom near the entrance of its burrow. The fact that it occurs at great depths makes this a tough aquarium fish to find.
Recommended Tank size: 20 gallon
Feeding and Diet: It feeds on a variety of small crustaceans, vitamin-enriched brine shrimp (live or frozen), mysid shrimp, prepared foods for herbivores, and algae growing in the tank.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

$59.99

  Yellow Clown Goby
(Yellow Coral Goby)

Description: A great fish for either reef or community tanks. It's a native of the Indian Ocean. They are often found in and about both hard and soft corals. Bright yellow with a great personality, They sit perched on a rock the majority of the time. They get along well with each other and other tankmates.
Recommended Tank size: 10 gallon
Feeding and Diet: It feeds on a variety of small crustaceans, vitamin-enriched brine shrimp (live or frozen), mysid shrimp, prepared foods for herbivores, and algae growing in the tank.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$14.99

 Green Clown Goby
(Green Coral Goby)

Description: A great fish for either reef or community tanks. It's a native of the Pacific Ocean. They are often found in and about both hard and soft corals. Lime green with a red scribble pattern. Good personality, They sit perched on a rock the majority of the time. They get along well with each other and other tankmates.
Recommended Tank size: 10 gallon
Feeding and Diet: It feeds on a variety of small crustaceans, vitamin-enriched brine shrimp (live or frozen), mysid shrimp, prepared foods for herbivores, and algae growing in the tank.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$14.99

  Golden Watchman Goby

Description: Bright gold with blue spots along the face and fins. A terrific tank mate for either a community or reef tank. This is one of the nicest gobies I have personally kept in my tank. It would hide in the rock, hovering a few inches over the hole it chose as its "home." He could reverse backwards into his hole any time he felt he was in danger, just as fast as he could swim forward.
Recommended Tank size: 20 gallon
Feeding and Diet: It feeds on a variety of small crustaceans, vitamin-enriched brine shrimp (live or frozen), mysid shrimp, prepared foods for herbivores, and algae growing in the tank.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

$24.99

 Pacific Candy Basslet
Liopropoma swalesi

Rare and beautiful!

Description: The Swales Swissguard Basslet, or Pacific Candy Basslet, is a beautiful addition to any saltwater aquarium. It has fantastic coloration, is exceptionally hardy and is very easy to care for. Its elongated body is covered with alternating horizontal stripes of purple and orange. The dorsal and caudal fins have large black spots rimmed in a pale blue or purple.
Reef Compatability: An excellent reef-dwelling fish, the Swales Swissguard Basslet will not pick on corals or invertebrates, making them an ideal fish for the reef aquarium.
Suggested Aquarium size: Provide at least a 30 gallon aquarium with plenty of live rock.
Feeding: Swales Swissguard Basslet will thrive on a diet of meaty foods such as finely chopped fresh or frozen marine fish, squid, mysid shrimp, vitamin-enriched brine shrimp, and frozen carnivore preparations.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

$79.99

 Canary Blenny

Description: The Canary Blenny is aptly named, being a solid vibrant yellow. Males are generally larger than females and experience a succession of color changes when breeding. This blenny needs a minimum tank of 30 gallons with live rock for hunting and grazing in order to thrive. It is best to keep only one per tank unless a breeding pair is maintained.
Recommended Tank size: 10 gallon
Feeding and Diet: It feeds on a variety of small crustaceans, vitamin-enriched brine shrimp (live or frozen), mysid shrimp, prepared foods for herbivores, and algae growing in the tank.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$24.99

Black Cap Basslet

Description:The Black Cap Basslet is a deep water species found throughout the Caribbean. Quite hardy, its brilliant purple body and jet-black cap make it a striking addition to any aquarium. A threat to only the smallest invertebrates such as Copepods, Isopods, or Amphipods. Provide at least a 30 gallon tank with rock caves to hide in. Black Cap Basslets can become territorial once established, so they should not be kept with other basslets.
Minimum Tank Size: 30 gallon
Feeding and diet: Black Cap Basslets will do well on a diet of meaty foods including marine fish, crustacean flesh, mysid shrimp, and quality frozen preparations. 
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$34.99

  Bicolor Blenny

Great algae Mower.... Terrific for algae control
Description:  An attractive purple and gold blennie, interesting to observe and easy to keep in aquariums. Spends most of its time perching on or picking aat the substrate and is usually ignored by it's tank mates. You will get a kick out of the way they peak their head out of hiding places & show off their cute face with long eye lashes.
Minimum Tank Size: 10 gallon
Feeding and diet: A hardy species, the diet should include frozen and dried foods. It will also feed on (and help control) algae growing in the aquarium.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$13.99 each

Engineer Goby
Pholidichthys leucotaenia
Description: Also called the Convict Goby, this fish is an absolute delight. It adapts well to captive conditions, and is VERY social. This is one fish that you may purchase three, five or as many as you would like. Most aquarists have only seen this fish when it’s small, when it greatly resembles the common eel catfish. Almost always in good health, and amongst the last to perish from disease, poor environment or catastrophe, Engineer's are never “late to the dinner table”… and can grow to more than eight inches in length…
Minimum Tank Size: 10 gallon
Feeding and diet: A hardy species, the diet should include frozen and dried foods.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$13.99 each

 Bullet Goby
Pholidichthys leucotaenia
Description: Without a doubt, Bullet gobies are one of your aquariums best workers. Experts agree, the Bullet Gobi is the best means against hair and blue-green algae. The type of algae that often covers your tanks substrate after phosphate or other poor water quality issues. A pair is good insurance to keep a 100 gallon tank completely free of algae on the substrate.
Minimum Tank Size: 20 gallon
Feeding and diet: A hardy species, the diet should include frozen and dried foods.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$19.99

 Purple Firefish Goby
Nemateleotris decora

Description: The Purple Firefish gets its name from its bright purple and red markings. Like other firefish species, it has an elongated dorsal fin that is used for signaling other firefishes and for locking itself into holes and crevasses. They grow to about 2 inches. Terrific in schools.
Minimum Tank Size: 20 gallon
Feeding and diet: Along with algae and zooplankton growing in the tank, the diet of the Firefish Goby should consist of finely chopped small crustaceans, vitamin-enriched brine fish (live or frozen), mysid shrimp, and prepared foods.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$29.99

 Orange Firefish Goby
Nemateleotris magnifica

Description: The Orange Firefish Goby is also known as the Magnificent Fire Dartfish. Its head is yellow, the anterior portion of the body is white, and the posterior portion a pinkish to orangish red. Firefish Gobies are usually found in groups hovering over the reef, harvesting planktonic food that drifts by in the current. Firefish Goby are a good-tempered fish with lots of personality, making them one of the more popular fish in the marine hobby. Because of their small size, they make a great addition to the smaller reef system as well.
Recommended minimum tank size: They will try to jump out of the tank, especially if stressed, so the Firefish Goby should be housed in a 10 gallon or larger tank with a lid.
Food and diet: Along with algae and zooplankton growing in the tank, the diet of the Firefish Goby should consist of finely chopped small crustaceans, vitamin-enriched brine fish (live or frozen), mysid shrimp, and prepared foods.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$14.99

  Red Lip Algae Blenny
Great for Algae Control!

Description:  Fun to watch perching on rocks with there odd natured stance and oversized red lips. A good fish for hair algae control. They make very good reef tank inhabitants. They like to burrow under rocks in the sand, but they spend the majority of their time in the middle of the tank cruising for food. Very hardy, very non-aggressive. They get along with with their own kind as well as other's in the tank. Algae blennies can get up to about 5" in length.
Recommended Tank size: 20 gallon
Feeding and Diet: does best in aquariums with natural algae to feed on. The diet can be supplemented with vegetable matter, Spirulina, and herbivore preparations.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$14.99

 Eyelash Lawnmower Blennies
Salarias fasciatus

Great for Algae Control!
Description:  This is a great aquarium fish, Primarily utilized to help control filamentous algae, but an all around great aquarium fish to keep in your tank. Keep only one per tank, unless your aquarium is large enough to house a pair.
Recommended Tank size: 10 gallon
Feeding and Diet: Feeds on algae, provide a varied diet that includes frozen preparations for herbivores. Does best in a tank with microalgae.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$14.99

Scissortail Goby
Ptereleotris evides

Description:  The Scissortail Goby, also known as the Scissortail Dartfish, has a white head and blue body with large dorsal and anal fins. Scissortail's make very good reef tank inhabitants. They like to burrow under rocks in the sand, but they spend the majority of their time in the middle of the tank cruising for food. Very hardy, very non-aggressive. They get along with with their own kind as well as other's in the tank. Scissortail Gobies can get up to about 5" in length.
Recommended Tank size: 30 gallon
Feeding and Diet: The Scissortail Goby diet should include preperations that include chopped or shaved seafood, brine shrimp, and/or mysid shrimp.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$15.99

Golden Midas Blenny
Description: The seldom available Midas Blenny from Africa is nicer looking, brighter in color than its Pacific counterpart. This fish is usually orange or yellowish orange with a blue eye. This color form can become dusky overall when stressed. However, it can vary in color. The Midas blenny has a lyretail, which distinguishes it from most of its close relatives. Unlike most of its close relatives, it feeds more on zooplankton than algae, swimming in the water column when it feeds. Keep only one per tank, unless your aquarium is large. In nature, it often enters shoals of Orange Lyretail Antias as they feed in the water column.
Tank Size: Minimum tank size of 30 gallons with live rock.
Feeding: The Midas Blenny requires a meaty diet including mysid and vitamin-enriched brine shrimp, along with other frozen herbivor preperations.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$41.99

 Royal Gramma Basslet


Description:The Royal Gramma is found throughout the Caribbean. Quite hardy,a forward half of brilliant purple, rear half of bright yellow . One of the easiest, most colorful, and most popular basslets. It is an excellent choice for a reef aquarium, and since it remains small, is perfect for small reef systems.
Minimum Tank Size: 30 gallon
Feeding and diet: Royal Gramma's will do well on a diet of meaty foods including marine fish, crustacean flesh, mysid shrimp, and quality frozen preparations. 
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$14.99
Male/Female pairs - $39.99

Neon Gobies
Description:  A glowing blue center stripe. An endearing cleaner species that will service tank mates and help control disease. Eating Spectrum and Frozen foods. Terrific in groups... They get along with with their own kind as well as other's in the tank.
Recommended Tank size: 10 gallon
Feeding and Diet: The diet should include preperations that include chopped or shaved seafood, brine shrimp, and/or mysid shrimp.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$14.99

Rainford's Goby
Great Fish For Hair Algae Control!!!!

Description: Alternating orange and green stripes running down the body,make the Rainfords Goby unmistakable. This is a very peaceful fish, Rainford's goby can be very secretive, especially when first added to the tank and will remain hidden if picked on. Excellent fish for ridding a tank of filamentous green algae, which it will graze upon.
Recommended Tank size: Minimum 20 gallon .
Food and diet: Feeds on small bottom-dwelling invertebrates and algae, provide a varied diet that includes frozen preparations for herbivores. Does best if filamentous algae present in the tank.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Reef Aquarium Compatibility Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.
Approximate Purchase Size: 1" to 11/2"

$22.99

 Tiger Watchman Goby
Valencienna wardii

Great for keeping your sand bed clean!
Description:  The Tiger Watchman Goby is also known as the Ward's Sleeper, or Tiger Sleeper Goby . It should be housed in an aquarium with live sand as the substrate. It will rarely become aggressive towards other fish, but it is territorial. Usually the Tiger Watchman Goby will feed off the bottom sifting through the sand. Very hardy.
Recommended Tank size: 50 gallon
Feeding and Diet: The diet should consist of a variety of live and frozen brine shrimp, and prepared foods .
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$31.99

Yellow Head Jawfish
Description: The Yellowhead Jawfish, Yellow Head Jawfish or Yellow-headed Pearly Jawfish, has a yellow head and a light blue-green body. It inhabits the sandy, rubble-strewn areas on the reefs of the tropical Western Atlantic, and is found in close proximity to its burrow or cave. The Pearly Jawfish can attain a length of up to 4 inches in an aquarium. Moderately hardy, it tends to be shy and is best kept with other docile fish. It will not bother other tank inhabitants. As long as the tank is large enough, several can be kept in the same tank. Multiple specimens provide very interesting behavior as they "dance" up and down in the burrow.
Tank Size: Minimum tank size of 20 gallons
Feeding: The Pearly Jawfish is typically a shy feeder, eating very small live foods that wander near its burrow in the wild. In the tank, it can be enticed with small pieces of mussel, daphnia, brine shrimp, bloodworms, or other meaty foods. Eventually, prepared foods can be offered.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$24.99


Tank Raised
Gold Stripe Neon Goby
Elacatinus sp.

Perfect in Mini Reefs , Terrific in groups.
Description:  The Gold Stripe Neon Goby, is also called the Yellow Stripe Cleaning Goby. It should be housed in a 10 gallon or larger aquarium. Rarely will it become aggressive towards other fish. It is a hardy cleaner species that will service tank mates, cleaning them of parasites, which may help control some diseases, such It is common for the Gold Stripe Neon Goby to spawn in an aquarium, laying its eggs in a crevice or empty shell.
Recommended Tank size: 10 gallon
Feeding and Diet: It feeds on a variety of live and frozen brine shrimp, frozen mysid shrimp, table shrimp, and frozen food preparations for carnivores.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$23.99 

Diamond Watchman Goby
Terrific Sand Sifter!

One really good sand cleaner!!
Description:  Fairly disease resistant, this is one of the most popular of the sand sifter gobies. The beautiful orange diamond patterned markings make it a beauty for any reef aquarium. Readily acclimates to the home aquarium.
Recommended Tank size: 20 gallon
Feeding and Diet: It feeds on a variety of live and frozen brine shrimp, frozen mysid shrimp, table shrimp, and frozen food preparations for carnivores.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.



$29.99 

  Tank Raised Red Head Goby


Perfect in Mini Reefs , Terrific in groups.
Description:  Extremely curious goby for reef or fish tank.Very hardy, bright red head makes them easy to spot.It should be housed in a 10 gallon or larger aquarium. Rarely will it become aggressive towards other fish. It is a hardy cleaner species that will service tank mates, cleaning them of parasites, which may help control some diseases, such It is common for the Gold Stripe Neon Goby to spawn in an aquarium, laying its eggs in a crevice or empty shell.
Recommended Tank size: 10 gallon
Feeding and Diet: It feeds on a variety of live and frozen brine shrimp, frozen mysid shrimp, table shrimp, and frozen food preparations for carnivores.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$19.99 

  Simply awesome colors!!!
Blue Dot Jawfish

THIS IS ONE FISH YOU WON'T SEE IN AN AQUARIUM SHOP!!!
Description:  Imported from the Sea of Cortez, we consider this to be the most beautiful and desirable of the jawfish. The neon blue dots glow under the aquarium lights! This fish digs out a cave which he will guard zipping out only to grab bits of meaty food.
Recommended Tank size: 30 gallon
Feeding and Diet: The diet should consist of a variety of marine fish, crustaceans, and mysid shrimp.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

$149.99

  Pink & Blue Striped Zebra Goby

Description:  A very peaceful community fish, the Zebra Goby should be housed with fish with similar dispositions. They set up a burrow or cave in the liverock and/or sandbed and venture out for food but quickly dart backinto their lair when startled. They are best kept in pairs or small groups. Safe in all tanks, very easy to care for.
Recommended Tank size: 20 gallon
Feeding and Diet: It feeds on a variety of live and frozen brine shrimp, frozen mysid shrimp, table shrimp, and frozen food preparations for carnivores.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$17.99

  Pink and Blue Spotted Watchman Goby
Cryptocentrus leptocephals

Bright Pink and Blue Spots!
Description: The Pink and Blue Spotted Watchman Goby is also known as the Singapore Shrimp, Leptocephalus Prawn, or Pinkspotted Shrimp Goby. The head and body are yellow to tan with pink spots surrounded by smaller blue spots. They are easy to care for, a good beginner fish.
Recommended Tank size: 20 gallon
Feeding and Diet: It feeds on a variety of live and frozen brine shrimp, frozen mysid shrimp, table shrimp, and frozen food preparations for carnivores.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$29.99

  


Randall's Goby
Amblyeleotris randalli
Description: Pearly white, with bright orange bands and a giant dorsal fin with a black eyespot. A great fish! From the western Pacific. It is not aggressive towards other gobies and may even share a burrow with another species. It is possible for the Randall's Goby to spawn successfully in an aquarium. They may also form a symbiotic relationship with any pistol shrimp.
Recommended Tank size: 20 gallon
Feeding and Diet: It feeds on a variety of live and frozen brine shrimp, frozen mysid shrimp, table shrimp, and frozen food preparations for carnivores.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.

$34.99

Twinspot Goby
Description: Two large eyes make it hard for predators to get the jump on this gobie. It is not aggressive towards other gobies. A great fish from the western Pacific. Not aggressive towards other gobies and may even share a burrow with another species. They may also form a symbiotic relationship with any pistol shrimp.
Recommended Tank size: 20 gallon
Feeding and Diet: It feeds on a variety of live and frozen brine shrimp, frozen mysid shrimp, table shrimp, and frozen food preparations for carnivores.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Very good reef or community fish.


$34.99

 ANGELS

  Bicolor Angel
Centropyge bicolor
Fiji

Identification:One of the most striking of the dwarf or pygmy angelfish, the Bicolor Angelfish, also known as the Two-colored or Oriole Angel, is a terrific fish for either a reef or fish-only tnak and has a peaceful disposition. It thrives on all foods.
Recommended Tank size: Provide a 30 gallon or larger tank . It should have large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing. The Bicolor Angel can be kept successfully reef type aquaria, but usually do not survive in fish-only aquariums. This is commonly due to specialized diet requirements that reef aquaria provide, in the way of naturally occurring micro-crustacean populations, but in some cases, may simply be due to the more complete natural ecosystem found in reef tanks.
Food and diet: Diet and Feeding Herbivore, grazer, offer algae and/or sponge based prepared diets and lots of algae.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Reef Aquarium Compatibility Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.

small $24.99 med $29.99 Lrg $41.99

   Melas Angel
Centropyge tibicen
Fiji/Tonga

Identification: The Melas Angelfish, also referred to as the Keyhole Angelfish , or Tibicen Angelfish, is one of the largest of the Centropyge genus. Primarily blackish blue. The pelvic and lower portion of the anal fins are yellow. The egg-shaped, white vertical bar found in the mid-central body area gives it its name.
Recommended Tank size: Provide a 30 gallon or larger tank . It should have large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing. The Melas Angel can be kept successfully in reef type aquaria, but usually do not survive in fish-only aquariums. This is commonly due to specialized diet requirements that reef aquaria provide, in the way of naturally occurring micro-crustacean populations, but in some cases, may simply be due to the more complete natural ecosystem found in reef tanks.
Food and diet: Diet and Feeding Herbivore, grazer, offer algae and/or sponge based prepared diets and lots of algae.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Reef Aquarium Compatibility Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.
small $24.99 med $29.99 Lrg $34.99

  Coral Beauty Angel
Centropyge bispinosus
Fiji/Tonga

Identification: The Coral Beauty's color is absolutely stunning under aquarium lighting. Most happy in a tank with live rock, where it can swim through rock formations ,picking and looking for food. The Coral Beauty's have a deep purple head and fins with a red and orange body. An excellent addition to the reef or fish-only tank .
Recommended Tank size: Provide a 30 gallon or larger tank . It should have large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing. The Coral Beauty Angel can be kept successfully in reef type aquaria, but usually do not survive in fish-only aquariums. This is commonly due to specialized diet requirements that reef aquaria provide, in the way of naturally occurring micro-crustacean populations, but in some cases, may simply be due to the more complete natural ecosystem found in reef tanks.
Food and diet: Diet and Feeding Herbivore, grazer, offer algae and/or sponge based prepared diets and lots of algae.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Reef Aquarium Compatibility Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.

small $19.99 med $27.99 Lrg $39.99

 Eibli Angel

Behavior: The Eibli adapts well to the aquarium environment, but should be provided with a number of hiding spaces as it is a shy species. Because of its shy nature, it should be kept with other non-aggressive tank mates.
Recommended Tank size: Provide a 30 gallon or larger tank. The Eibli Angel can be kept successfully in reef type aquaria, but usually do not survive in fish-only aquariums. This is commonly due to specialized diet requirements that reef aquaria provide, in the way of naturally occurring micro-crustacean populations, but in some cases, may simply be due to the more complete natural ecosystem found in reef tanks. It should have large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing.
Food and diet: Diet and Feeding Herbivore, grazer, offer algae and/or sponge based prepared diets and lots of algae.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Reef Aquarium Compatibility Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.
small $29.99 medium $39.99 large $49.99

   Fireball or Flameback Angel
Identification: The Fireball Angelfish is also known as the Flameback Pygmy Angelfish, and Brazilian Flameback Angelfish. The Fireball originates in the Caribbean. The body is a brilliant to dark blue with a dorsal band of yellow-orange extending from the nose to the end including the dorsal fin. The eye is large and circled in blue. Adapts very well to the aquarium environment.
Recommended Tank size: Provide a 30 gallon or larger tank . The Flameback Angel can be kept successfully in reef type aquaria, but usually do not survive in fish-only aquariums. This is commonly due to specialized diet requirements that reef aquaria provide, in the way of naturally occurring micro-crustacean populations, but in some cases, may simply be due to the more complete natural ecosystem found in reef tanks. It should have large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing.
Food and diet: Diet and Feeding Herbivore, grazer, offer algae and/or sponge based prepared diets and lots of algae.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Reef Aquarium Compatibility Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.

Small $39.99 Medium $44.99 Large $59.99

 Heraldi Angelfish
Centropyge Heraldi

Description: The Yellow Heraldi Angel is entirely yellow in color. Found in the pristine waters of the South Pacific this unique angelfish will make a wonderful addition to the established marine aquarium.
Recommended tank size: a 30 gallon or larger aquarium with hiding places and large amounts of live rock to graze on the microalgae growth. Though one of the more difficult miniature angels, it's best chance for being kept successfully is in a reef type aquaria. This is due to specialized diet requirements that reef aquaria provide, in the way of naturally occurring micro - crustacean populations, but in some cases, may simply be due to the more complete natural ecosystem found in reef tanks. It should have large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing.
Food and diet: Diet and Feeding Herbivore, grazer, offer algae and/or sponge based prepared diets and lots of algae.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Reef Aquarium Compatibility Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small $24.99 Medium $29.99 Large $39.99

  Hawiian Lemonpeel Angel
Centropyge Flavissimus
Identification:  A beautiful fish, the Lemonpeel Angelfish is a bright yellow with striking blue highlights on the lips,around the eyes, on the pectoral fins, and the tips of the dorsal, caudal, and anal fins.
Recommended Tank size: Provide a 30 gallon or larger tank . It should have large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing. The Lemonpeel Angel can be kept successfully in reef type aquaria, but usually do not survive in fish-only aquariums. This is commonly due to specialized diet requirements that reef aquaria provide, in the way of naturally occurring micro-crustacean populations, but in some cases, may simply be due to the more complete natural ecosystem found in reef tanks.
Reef Compatibility: With Caution.
Food and diet: Diet and Feeding Herbivore, grazer, offer algae and/or sponge based prepared diets and lots of algae.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Reef Aquarium Compatibility Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.


Small $29.99 Med $39.99 Lrg $49.99

   Chrysurus Angel
Pomacanthus chrysurus
Description: The Chrysurus Angelfish comes out of the waters around Africa, it is an rare aquarium fish because very few are collected. It's body has vertical white stripes, with several very bright sapphire-blue stripes on the head.The tail is yellow outlined with the same sapphire-blue as on the face. As a juvenile, the tail is not fully yellow, until they reach 3 to 4 inches, at which time the yellow becomes more pronounced. When stressed, the Chrysurus Angelfish makes an unusual clicking sound.
Recommended Tank Size: Requires a 100 gallon or larger aquarium with multiple hiding places and large amounts of live rock for grazing. Not a good reef dweller, the Chrysurus Angelfish is prone to nip at stony and soft corals (sessile invertebrates) and clam mantles.
Diet: The diet of the Chrysurus Angelfish should include Spirulina, marine algae, high-quality angelfish preparations, mysid or frozen shrimp, and other meaty items.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Not Recommended
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small $189.00 Medium $219.00 Large $499.00

  Fiji / Bali Regal Angel
Pygoplites diacanthus

Description With vivid vertical striations of blue, white, yellow, or orange on the body and pelvic fin, the Regal Angelfish deserves it's name. The tail is blue with yellow striations. A difficult to maintain angle, it should be the only angelfish in a tank.
Recommended tank size: A minimum of a 100 gallon tank with plenty of hiding places and live rock for grazing will offer a good environment.
Reef Compatability: The Regal Angelfish is prone to nip at large-polyped stony corals, soft corals (sessile invertebrates) and clam mantles, but may be kept with small-polyped stony corals and soft corals.
Feeding and diet: To entice a Regal Angelfish to eat, use a diet of fresh shrimp and chopped seafood. The diet should also include herbivore preparations which include Spirulina and marine algae, and angelfish preparations containing sponges.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Not Recommended
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small $69.99 Medium $89.99 Large $119.99

  Venustus Angel
(Sumireyakko venustus )

Identification:  A beautiful fish, constantly diving in and out of rock crevices, eliciting oohs and ahhs from aquarists, and the occasional "what was that?"
Recommended Tank size: Provide a 50 gallon or larger tank . It should have large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing.
Food and diet: Diet and Feeding Herbivore, grazer, offer algae and/or sponge based prepared diets and lots of algae.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Reef Aquarium Compatibility Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small$59.99 Medium$69.99 Large$89.99
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 Golden Dwarf Angel

Just Stunning!
Identification:  A beautiful fish, They stay small, avg size 2 - 3". It's natural home is inhabiting crevices on coral reefs. Unmistakeable orange coloration with rippled golden bars along the sides. Constantly diving in and out of rock crevices, eliciting oohs and ahhs from aquarists, and the occasional "what was that?"
Recommended Tank size: Provide a 30 gallon or larger tank . It should have large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing. The Golden Dwarf Angel can be kept successfully in reef type aquaria, but usually do not survive in fish-only aquariums. This is commonly due to specialized diet requirements that reef aquaria provide, in the way of naturally occurring micro-crustacean populations, but in some cases, may simply be due to the more complete natural ecosystem found in reef tanks.
Food and diet: Diet and Feeding Herbivore, grazer, offer algae and/or sponge based prepared diets and lots of algae.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Reef Aquarium Compatibility Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

$139.99

 Hawaiian Potters Angel

Identification:  The body has an oval shape which is brilliantly colored with orange over the front and upper sides. It is marked by many vertical lines of dark blue-purple or black, which sometimes are so dense as to make the lower and posterior parts of the body appear as a solid, deep blue color.
Recommended Tank size: Provide a 30 gallon or larger tank . It should have large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing. The Potters Angel can be kept successfully in reef type aquaria, but usually do not survive in fish-only aquariums. This is commonly due to specialized diet requirements that reef aquaria provide, in the way of naturally occurring micro-crustacean populations, but in some cases, may simply be due to the more complete natural ecosystem found in reef tanks.
Food and diet: Diet and Feeding Herbivore, grazer, offer algae and/or sponge based prepared diets and lots of algae.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Reef Aquarium Compatibility Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small $44.99 Medium $49.99 Large $59.99

 
Pygmy Angelfish
Centropyge argi

 Stays small, terrific for reef tanks and mini reef 's. 

Identification:  The Pygmy Angelfish is also called the Cherubfish, Cherub Angelfish, or Atlantic Pygmy Angelfish. It is a brilliant sapphire-blue with orange highlights to the face.
Recommended Tank size: Provide a 30 gallon or larger tank . It should have large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing. The Pygmy Angel can be kept successfully in reef type aquaria, but usually do not survive in fish-only aquariums. This is commonly due to specialized diet requirements that reef aquaria provide, in the way of naturally occurring micro-crustacean populations, but in some cases, may simply be due to the more complete natural ecosystem found in reef tanks.
Food and diet: Diet and Feeding Herbivore, grazer, offer algae and/or sponge based prepared diets and lots of algae.
Level of Care: Easy
Reef Compatibility:Reef Aquarium Compatibility Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.

$19.99

 Flame Angel
Centropyge loriculus
Identification: The Flame angel is one of the dwarf's that does extremely well in aquariums, it soon loses it's shyness, and eats almost anything that is offered.
Recommended Tank size: Provide a 30 gallon or larger tank . It should have large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing. The Flame Angel can be kept successfully in reef type aquaria, but usually do not survive in fish-only aquariums. This is commonly due to specialized diet requirements that reef aquaria provide, in the way of naturally occurring micro-crustacean populations, but in some cases, may simply be due to the more complete natural ecosystem found in reef tanks.
Food and diet: Diet and Feeding Herbivore, grazer, offer algae and/or sponge based prepared diets and lots of algae.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Reef Aquarium Compatibility Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.

Small $39.99 Medium $49.99 Large $59.99

   Rusty Angel

Identification: The Rusty Pygmy Angelfish is rusty orange overall with dark stippling. There are blue markings on the rear edge of the dorsal and anal fins. This species can be a durable aquarium inhabitant. Like many of the pygmy angelfish they will hide in reef caves and crevices when initially introduced to the tank. Provide with live rock or ample microalgae growth. It is not overly aggressive, but may become boisterous after becoming well established in the aquarium.
Recommended Tank size: Provide a 30 gallon or larger tank . It should have large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing. The Rusty Angel can be kept successfully in reef type aquaria, but usually do not survive in fish-only aquariums. This is commonly due to specialized diet requirements that reef aquaria provide, in the way of naturally occurring micro-crustacean populations, but in some cases, may simply be due to the more complete natural ecosystem found in reef tanks.
Food and diet: Diet and Feeding Herbivore, grazer, offer algae and/or sponge based prepared diets and lots of algae.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Reef Aquarium Compatibility Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.

Small $19.99 Medium $24.99 Large $34.99

 Scribbled Angel
Chaetodontoplus duboulayi

Description: The Scribbled Angelfish is a favorite among aquarists and relatively easy to keep. It derives its name from the scribbled pattern over the body and large dorsal and anal fins. It may be shy at first and should not be placed with aggressive tank mates. Once acclimated, however, it may become more aggressive.
Recommended Tank Size: The Scribbled Angelfish requires a large area to swim, so it needs a 100 gallon or larger aquarium with many hiding places and live rock for grazing.
Reef Compatability: Not a good candidate for a reef tank, the Scribbled Angelfish is prone to nip at stony and soft corals (sessile invertebrates) and clam mantles.
Food and diet: The diet for the Scribbled Angelfish should consist of Spirulina, marine algae, mysid or frozen shrimp, and other meaty items. 
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small $149.99 Med $179.99
Large $279.99 XLarge $379.99

  Majestic Angel
Euxiphipops navarchus
Identification: The Majestic Angelfish, also called the Blue Girdled Angelfish, has yellow scales with blue margins and a dark blue band, or girdle, that covers the face and extends backward. The girdle is highlighted with neon blue margins.
While somewhat shy, it is one of the easier angelfish to keep healthy.
Feeding and Diet: The diet of the Majestic should include vegetable matter such as Spirulina and marine algae, meaty items such as mysid shrimp, and high-quality angelfish preparations containing sponge.
Reef compatibility: Not a good reef dweller, being prone to nip at stony and soft corals (sessile invertebrates) and clam mantles. It generally will not harm small-polyped stony corals and somewhat noxious soft corals.
Tank Recommendation: It requires a tank of 90 gallons or more with multiple hiding places and live rock for grazing.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small $99.99 Med $139.99
Large $179.99 XLarge $339.99

  French Angelfish

Description: The French angel comes from the Caribbean. A hardy aquarium fish, but given the size it will attain, it should be kept in larger aquariums. French angels tend to be non-aggressive towards other aquarium fish, although from time to time it may show aggression towards other angels.
Minimum tank size: 90 gallons
Feeding and diet: In the wild, French angels mainly feed on sponge, thus the successful aquarist should attempt to provide a source of this food through frozen food preperations
Reef Compatibility: Not recommended for the reef aquarium because it will pick at and eat a variety of invertebrates.
Level of Care: Moderate

Small $59.99 Medium $89.99
Large $149.99 Xlarge $269.99

 Rock Beauty Angelfish
Holocanthus tricolor
Description: Rock Beauty Angelfish are from the Caribbean. Compared to other full size angels, they stey on the small side, with a maximum length of only 7.9 inches.
Minimum tank size: 90 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Unlike other holocanthus angelfish, the adult Rock Beauty will usually perish without its normal sponge-dominated diet. It may eat and look good for many months, and then suddenly its color may fade, it will lose weight, and a dark area may appear on top of its head. Ocean Nutrition Frozen Formula One and Two for Angelfish is recommended.
Reef Compatibility: They can be kept in reef tanks as they mostly pick on small food off the live rock.. They will however destroy your algae unless your macro-algae are well established and growing very rapidly (which means strong light, and the use of a good reef fertilizer.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small $29.99 Medium $39.99 Large $59.99

   Asfur Angel
(Red Sea)

Description: Adults are a brilliant metallic blue overall, with a black face, a yellow tail and a yellow curved bar on the body. This species is quite shy when first introduced to the aquarium and should be provided with plenty of suitable hiding places. It will begin to cautiously accept food until it has acclimated. It will become bolder and spend more time in the open as it becomes more accustomed to its surroundings. Before large-scale collection stations were established in the late 80's, the Asfur Angel once commanded a price tag of over $1000! Among the safer angels frequently kept in reef aquariums.
Minimum tank size:
125 Gallon
Feeding and diet:Great care should be taken in giving it a wide variety of foods, particularly those laden with sponge and green algae. The Imperator is a omnivore and likes to eat veggies, meats, and frozen angel preparations, sponge, algae. Sponge is a key component to the success of keeping large angelfish.
Reef Compatibility: This species is not recommended for the marine reef aquarium because it will pick at or feed upon a variety of invertebrates.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small
$109.99 Med $129.99
Larg e$159.99 XLarge $199.99

 Juvenile Imperator Angels
Description: In this magnificent fish there is an incredible color difference between the juvenile and adult specimens. Juveniles of this species have white concentric rings on a dark blue body. Adults have alternating blue and yellowish green lines on the body, a yellow tail a black eye mask and a black band around the pectoral fins. Transforming individuals (sometimes referred to as "teenagers", or "changing") are occasionally seen in the aquarium trade as well. Provide this species with plenty of unencumbered swimming rooms as well as several suitable places to take shelter when threatened. Do not keep juveniles together, or with any other juveniles of this genus that are similar in general color.
Minimum tank size:
90 Gallons as a juvenile, but 125 gallon once Imperator matures to adult size.
Feeding and diet: Great care should be taken in giving it a wide variety of foods, particularly those laden with sponge and green algae. The Imperator is a omnivore and likes to eat veggies, meats, and frozen angel preparations, sponge, algae. Sponge is a key component to the success of keeping large angelfish.
Reef Compatibility: This species is not recommended for the marine reef aquarium because it will pick at or feed upon a variety of invertebrates.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small
$54.99 Med $69.99
Large$89.99 Juv Changing $139.99

 Juvenile Cortez Angel

Description: Do not mistake this fish with the French Angel. The Cortez has a distinguishing blue vertical stripes between the yellow stripes and both stripes (blue & yellow) are narrower. If all fails, count the yellow stripes, French Angel has a total of 5 and the Cortez has 6 from face to tail.
Recommended tank size:A minimum of a 70 gallon tank is necessary. Provide plenty of hiding places such as caves and live rock for grazing.
Reef Compatibility: Will nip at sessile invertebrates such as nudibranchs, corals, and clams.
Food and diet: The diet should include vegetables, meats, and angelfish food preparations containing spongiform products. When first introduced, it may need to be offered live foods such as brine shrimp or freshly chopped seafoods to entice it to eat. 
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.


Small $49.99 Medium $59.99 Large $69.99

 Juvenile Koran Angel
Description: The Semicirculatus Angel, often referred to as the Blue Koran is a beautiful juvinile phase fish, similar in marrkings to the Juvenile Emperor Angel. The Juv pattern will begin to dissolve into that of the adult pattern at around 4 inches.
Recommended tank size:A minimum of a 90 gallon tank is necessary. Provide plenty of hiding places such as caves and live rock for grazing.
Reef Compatibility: Will nip at sessile invertebrates such as nudibranchs, corals, and clams.
Food and diet: The diet should include vegetables, meats, and angelfish food preparations containing spongiform products. When first introduced, it may need to be offered live foods such as brine shrimp or freshly chopped seafoods to entice it to eat. 
Reef Compatibility: This species is not recommended for the marine reef aquarium because it will pick at or feed upon a variety of invertebrates.
Level of Care: Moderate


Small $44.99 Medium $49.99 Large $69.99

New Caladonia
Imperator Angels

Description: In this magnificent fish there is an incredible color difference between the juvenile and adult specimens. Juveniles of this species have white concentric rings on a dark blue body. Adults have alternating blue and yellowish green lines on the body, a yellow tail a black eye mask and a black band around the pectoral fins. Transforming individuals (sometimes referred to as "teenagers", or "changing") are occasionally seen in the aquarium trade as well. Provide this species with plenty of unencumbered swimming rooms as well as several suitable places to take shelter when threatened. Do not keep juveniles together, or with any other juveniles of this genus that are similar in general color.
Minimum tank size:
125 Gallons
Feeding and diet: Great care should be taken in giving it a wide variety of foods, particularly those laden with sponge and green algae. The Imperator is a omnivore and likes to eat veggies, meats, and frozen angel preparations, sponge, algae. Sponge is a key component to the success of keeping large angelfish.
Reef Compatibility: This species is not recommended for the marine reef aquarium because it will pick at or feed upon a variety of invertebrates.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small $149.99Medium $159.99
Med/Large $169.99 Large $239.99
Xlarge $349.99 Show $699.99

Blue Face Angels
Excellent community tank resident.
Identification: Blueface Angels get more and more striking as they get larger. Besides the incredible colors, the entire face gets a gridlike blue pattern that is simply unforgettable. Like all our fish, Totally aquarium acclimated and eating very well.
Feeding and Diet: The diet of the Blue Face should include vegetable matter such as Spirulina and marine algae, meaty items such as mysid shrimp, and high-quality angelfish preparations containing sponge.
Reef compatibility: Not a good reef dweller, being prone to nip at stony and soft corals (sessile invertebrates) and clam mantles. It generally will not harm small-polyped stony corals and somewhat noxious soft corals.
Tank Recommendation: It requires a tank of 70 gallons or more with multiple hiding places and live rock for grazing.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.


Small $109.99 Medium $149.99
Large $199.99 XLarge $279.99

 Blue Lined Angel (japan)
Chaetodontoplus septentrionalis


Very Rare - Very Beautiful
Identification: Found only around Japan, the Ryukyu Islands, Taiwan and Hong Kong, the Blue Striped Angel (also called the Blue Line Angel), was more available in the 80's, but today there are no regular imports of marine fishes from its origin, making it rarely seen in the US. Available only perhaps once yearly, those interested should not hesitate. Chaetodontoplus septentrionalis adapts to captivity more easily than many other angels. Mild mannered as angels go.
Recommended tank size: It requires at least a 100 gallon aquarium.
Reef compatibility: It grazes on live rock and will nip at stony and soft corals (sessile invertebrates) and clam mantles, so it is not a good candidate for a reef aquarium.
Food and diet: The diet of the Blue lIned Angelfish should include vegetable matter such as Spirulina, marine algae, meaty items, and high-quality angelfish preparations which include sponges.  
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.


Medium $199.99 Med/Lrg $279.99 Large $349.99

 Flagfin Angel
 
Description: The beautiful Flagfin Angel grows up to a mazimum of around 10 inches.
Recommended tank size:A minimum of a 90 gallon tank is necessary. Provide plenty of hiding places such as caves and live rock for grazing.
Food and diet: The diet should include vegetables, meats, and angelfish food preparations containing spongiform products. When first introduced, it may need to be offered live foods such as brine shrimp or freshly chopped seafoods to entice it to eat. 
Reef Compatibility: This species is not recommended for the marine reef aquarium because it will pick at or feed upon a variety of invertebrates.
Level of Care: Moderate

Small $44.99 Medium $64.99 Large $84.99

   Queen Angels

One of the most popular angels in America
Identification: The Queen Angel is a beautiful fish with blues, oranges and yellows.
Maximum Length: Attains a length of up to 18 inches.
Origin: This fish is found from southern Florida through the Caribbean and into South America as far south as Brazil.
Minimum tank size: 125 Gallon
Behavior: The only draw back is that this species can be very aggressive towards other tank mates. Remember that although a juvenile Queen Angelfish may look small and innocuous, it will eventually grow into an aggressive fish. It is a good idea, if possible, to add this fish to a community tank last as it will be less likely to show aggression towards existing tank mates.
Feeding and diet: The Queen Angelfish feeds almost exclusively on sponges with other foods only on a supplemental basis. Juveniles feed mainly on filamentous algae. In addition, juveniles often act as cleaner fish to other species.
Reef Compatibility: This species is not recommended for the marine reef aquarium as it will pick at a variety of corals and will devour ornamental crustaceans.  
Level of Care: Moderate


(Juvenile) $69.99 (MEDIUM) $99.99
(LARGE)
$149.99 (XLARGE) $259.99
Extremely Hardy - Great in Community Tanks

Passer Angel
Holacanthus passer

 
Adult

 
Juvenile


Identification: From Mexico, the Passer Angel is also called the King Angelfish. It is one of, if not THE hardiest of angels. They eat great, are highly adaptable and are likely to live longer than any angel you'll find. The adult is predominately dark blue with a white vertical stripe extending down from the dorsal fin about two-thirds of the way to the pelvic fin. The dorsal fin is rimmed in yellow. The caudal and pectoral fins are also yellow, while the pelvic fin is white in a female, and yellow in the male. The juvenile is orange with one white and multiple blue stripes.
Recommended tank size: It requires at least a 125 gallon aquarium.
Reef compatibility: It grazes on live rock and will nip at stony and soft corals (sessile invertebrates) and clam mantles, so it is not a good candidate for a reef aquarium.
Food and diet: The diet of the Passer Angelfish should include vegetable matter such as Spirulina, marine algae, meaty items, and high-quality angelfish preparations which include sponges.   
Level of Care: Moderate


Small $69.99 Med $99.99 Large $149.99

Annularis Angel


Burnt orange with striking blue lightening bolts
Description: The Annularis Angelfish is also referred to as the Blue Ring Angelfish and Blue King Angelfish . Adults are light golden brown with curving, fluorescent blue stripes on the head, body and fins. The tail is white in adults as well. This species is usually quite shy when first introduced to its captive home. During this stage of the acclimation process it will spend much of its time hiding behind aquarium decor and will race for cover whenever anyone approaches the tank. For this reason, it is imperative to have several suitable hiding places for your bluering angelfish. Once it acclimates it is an aggressive feeder and can become bold with tankmates. In time, they learn to recognize the aquarist as a source of food. This species requires a large aquarium with plenty of swimming space.
Recommended tank size:A minimum of a 125 gallon tank is necessary. Provide plenty of hiding places such as caves and live rock for grazing.
Reef Compatibility: Will nip at sessile invertebrates such as nudibranchs, corals, and clams.
Food and diet: The diet should include vegetables, meats, and angelfish food preparations containing spongiform products. When first introduced, it may need to be offered live foods such as brine shrimp or freshly chopped seafoods to entice it to eat. 
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.


Small $109.99 Medium $119.99 Large $159.99

 BUTTERFLY'S

 Yellow Pyramid Butterfly
Hemitaurichthys polylepis

THE Butterfly for a Reef Tank!
Description: The Yellow Zoster or Pyramid is easily recognized by its color pattern. The fins are yellow in color, and the body is mostly white. The white coloration forms a triangle with the yellow fins, lending to its name. The head area is black helping these fish camouflage themselves in the wild. This butterfly is relatively hardy and generally reef safe. It should be housed in a large tank with plenty of swimming room. Lots of water movement will also be appreciated. Keep it singly, in pairs or in small groups. It is more likely to acclimate to its new home if it is not pestered by its tankmates, although once it has fully adjusted to life in captivity, moderately bold fishes can be introduced.
Recommended tank size:A minimum of a 55 gallon tank is necessary. Provide plenty of hiding places such as caves and live rock for grazing.
Reef Compatibility: Generally reef safe! Safer than copperbands, etc.
Food and diet: It usually will accept most foods offered, including finely chopped seafood, frozen or live brine shrimp, frozen preparations and even flake food. Carnivorous, feed marine fish, crustacean flesh, mysid shrimp and frozen preparations.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small $49.00 Medium $59.00 Large $89.00


Pearlscale Butterfly
Chaetodon Xanthurus

Description: This species is a moderately hardy butterfly, providing its needs are met. It requires a very well maintained aquarium and like all butterflies, it's not a fish for the casual aquarist. It hould not be kept with boisterous fish or bold feeders. Peaceful tankmates are a must for success with this species, as is a varied diet. Like most butterflies, if it is picked on initially or feels a threat from tankmates, it will likely refuse to feed. This is generally a very passive butterfly, seldom bothering other butterflies, but it can be an easy target for bolder species. It can be employed to clean live rock of glass anemones, As with most butterflies, keeping it with live rock can greatly facilitate acclimation.
Recommended tank size:A minimum of a 55 gallon tank is necessary. Provide plenty of hiding places such as caves and live rock for grazing.
Reef Compatibility: It can typically be kept with some of the more noxious soft corals (such as leather corals), but avoid it in most reef tanks.
Food and diet: Carnivorous, feed marine fish, crustacean flesh, mysid shrimp and frozen preparations. Feed several times daily.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small $29.99 Medium $44.99 Large $59.99

  Saddleback Butterfly
Chaetodon ephippium


Description: This gorgeous, large species varies in its adaptability to aquarium life. Some individuals readily acclimate, while others have difficulty. Medium sized specimens tend to acclimate better than tiny individuals or large adults. It grows to a large size in the wild, and should be kept in a big tank with plenty of swimming room. It may quarrel with other Chaetodontids, but usually ignores other fish species. Provide it with a varied diet. It can be employed to clean live rock of glass anemones; however, it will also feed on some of the more desirable invertebrates living on the rock, like fan worms.
Recommended tank size:A minimum of a 55 gallon tank is necessary. Provide plenty of hiding places such as caves and live rock for grazing.
Reef Compatibility: This species feeds on a wide-range of invertebrates, including some of the species we attempt to maintain in the reef tank.
Food and diet: Carnivorous, feed marine fish, crustacean flesh, mysid shrimp and frozen preparations. Feed several times daily.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small
$29.99 Medium $44.99 Large $59.99

Golden Semilarvatus Butterfly

Description: This stunning Red Sea endemic is among the sturdier butterflies in captivity. Collection and handling of these Red Sea fishes is exemplary and this shows in their consistently predictable adaptability. Like all butterflies, it requires outstanding water quality and must perceive no threat from tankmates, particularly when first introduced into the aquarium. Once acclimated it can gradually become bold and active and can thrive in captivity. A good community fish, it usually ignores unrelated species. Can be kept singly or in small groups. Small specimens are rarely collected, most specimens are collected in the medium and large size. Also known as "Semilarvatus" "Semilavartus" or "Addis" Butterfly.
Recommended tank size:A minimum of a 90 gallon tank is necessary. Provide plenty of hiding places such as caves and live rock for grazing.
Reef Compatibility: This species feeds on a wide-range of invertebrates, including some of the species we attempt to maintain in the reef tank.
Food and diet: Carnivorous, feed marine fish, crustacean flesh, mysid shrimp and frozen preparations. Feed several times daily.
Level of Care: Moderate

Medium $159.99 - Large $199.99

 Moorish Idol

Description: The Moorish Idol is also commonly known in Hawaii as "Kihikihi" which means "curves," "corners," or "zigzags," and refers to its shape and color pattern.Wild specimens can attain a length of 7 inches, but 4 inches is more likely in the aquarium. The Moorish Idol tends to be very peaceful. Due to its size, schooling nature, and need for swimming space, it requires a large aquarium of at least 125 gallons. As its beauty is most evident while swimming, giving it adequate room is well rewarded.
Recommended tank size:A minimum of a 125 gallon tank is necessary. Provide plenty of hiding places such as caves and live rock for grazing.
Food and diet: The Moorish Idol is a very difficult fish to feed. Live rock with large amounts of algae and sponges on which it can feed will help it acclimate. Then offer a varied diet of finely chopped meaty items, mysid shrimp, vitamin-enriched brine shrimp, Spirulina, and algae. It should be fed several times a day.
Reef Compatibility: This species feeds on a wide-range of invertebrates, including some of the species we attempt to maintain in the reef tank.
Level of Care: It is a very difficult fish to keep because it is so difficult to feed. For all but the most expert hobbyist, it is better admired in the ocean or in a public aquarium rather than in a home tank.
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small $39.99 Medium $49.99 Large $69.99

 Copperband Butterfly
Identification: While this popular species can do well when their requirements are met, they are somewhat fragile ande do not tolerate careless handling . They require excellent water quality and exceptionally peaceful tankmates. With this in mind, you may want to consider another butterfly if you're squeamish about the possibility of losing a fish. Also note, small specimens are much more delicate than medium or larger specimens. The Copperband is often used to rid reef aquariums of Aiptasia anemones. Most individuals can be kept in a reef tank with most soft corals and small-polyped stony corals, although some may nip at large-polyped stony corals, certain soft corals (including xeniids and clavulariids) and zoanthids.
Minimum tank size: 75 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Omnivore. Offer a varied diet including crustacean flesh, mysid shrimp and frozen preparations.
Reef Compatibility: The Copperband is often used to rid reef aquariums of Aiptasia anemones. Most individuals can be kept in a reef tank with most soft corals and small-polyped stony corals, although some may nip at large-polyped stony corals, certain soft corals (including xeniids and clavulariids) and zoanthids. As a rule it is generally safe, but nothing is 100%
Level of Care: Moderate

Small $29.99 Medium $42.99 Large $64.99

 Black and White Heniochis

Butterfly fish are so hard to keep. " This statement may be so for some species, but certainly not for
the butterflyfishes in the genus Heniochus. They are superbly adaptable aquarium specimens which acclimate
quickly, thrive under a variety of conditions, are not quarrelsome & readily accept all foods.
Description: This is one of the more durable of the butterflyfish species, and one of a few butterflies that are generally reef safe. It is a very active fish and should be housed in a tank of at least 55 gallons. It will tolerate members of its own kind in the same aquarium, as long as they are introduced to the tank at the same time. Members of a captive group will form a dominance hierarchy. Individuals fight for dominance by butting foreheads and trying to push each other backwards and when they display at each other. It will sometimes clean other fishes. This is a zooplankton feeder that can be housed with corals and other ornamental invertebrates. An occasional individual may nip at Xenia or other soft corals.
Recommended tank size:A minimum of a 55 gallon tank is necessary.
Reef Compatibility: This is a zooplankton feeder that can be housed with corals and other ornamental invertebrates
Food and diet: Carnivorous, feed marine fish, crustacean flesh, mysid shrimp and frozen preparations. Feed several times daily.
Level of Care: Easy
Small $29.99 each Medium $39.99 each Large $64.99 each

Red Sea Racoon Butterfly
Red Sea, Chaetodon lunula

Identification: This rare species is known only from the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden. It differs from its cousin the "regular" Raccoon Butterfly in color (e.g., it lacks the spot on the caudal peduncle, it does not have the sweeping black band behind the eye). Like its wider-ranging counterpart, this tends to be one of the more durable Chaetodontid species. It should be kept in a larger tank with peaceful tankmates, plenty of hiding places and swimming room. Provide it with a varied diet. Like the "regular" Raccoon Butterfly It can be employed to clean live rock of glass anemones.
Minimum tank size: 55 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Carnivorous, feed marine fish, crustacean flesh, mysid shrimp and frozen preparations.
Reef Compatibility: This species feeds on a wide-range of invertebrates, including some of the species we attempt to maintain in the reef tank. It will even eat large anemones.
Level of Care: Moderate

Medium /Large $149.99

 Racoon Butterfly
Fiji, Chaetodon lunula

Identification: If you want a hardy buytterfly, this is one of the top choices. Like all butterflies, It should be kept with peaceful tankmates and provide it a varied diet. And also any butterfly, if it is picked on initially or feels a threat from tankmates, it may refuse to feed. It should be kept in a big tank with plenty of swimming room. Keep one per tank unless the tank is very large. It is generally bold as butterflies go, and gets along well in the peaceful community tank. It can also be used to clean live rock of Aiptasia anemones, however, it may also pick at corals once it has taken care of the anemones. If you're considering a Copperband Butterfly for Aiptasia anemone control, but would prefer a different butterfly, or something hardier than the copperband, the Raccoon Butterfly will work as well and is generally the number two choice for the job, just be aware you may have to remove it after the anemones are gone. Medium sized specimens fare notably better than small ones.
Minimum tank size: 55 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Omnivorous, feed marine fish, crustacean flesh, mysid shrimp and frozen preparations that include algae.
Reef Compatibility: This species feeds on a wide-range of invertebrates, including some of the species we attempt to maintain in the reef tank.
Level of Care: Moderate

Small $34.99 Medium $39.99 Large $69.99

 Yellow Longnose Butterfly
Forcipiger flavissimus

Identification: This interesting fish is a hardy aquarium resident. It often begins feeding sooner than other butterflies in captivity. This species will do best if kept in a peaceful community tank, however, it can be housed with moderately bold tankmates providing is acclimated to the tank before them, and you keep in mind this is a butterfly and not a trigger. When harassed, it will direct its long, stout dorsal spines towards the aggressor to defend itself. It is prudent to keep only one per aquarium, as it will often behave aggressively towards members of its own species.
Minimum tank size: 75 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Carnivorous, feed marine fish, crustacean flesh, mysid shrimp and frozen preparations.
Reef Compatibility: Most individuals can be kept in a reef tank with most soft corals and small-polyped stony corals, although some may nip at large-polyped stony corals, certain soft corals (including xeniids and clavulariids) and zoanthids (e.g., Parazoanthus spp.).
Level of Care: Fairly Easy


Small $24.99 Medium $34.99 Large $44.99



 False Falcula Butterfly
Chaetodon ulietensis

Identification:This is one of the hardiest members of the family. It will do best if kept with peaceful tankmates and provided with a varied diet. Like any butterfly, if it is picked on initially or feels a threat from tankmates, it may refuse to feed. Keep one per tank unless the tank very large. It may quarrel with other chaetodontids, (which isn't necessarily a bad thing since the fish isn't a total wimp who's going to wither away!) especially those that are similar in color, but usually ignores other fish species. It can be employed to clean live rock of glass anemones; however, it will also feed on some of the more desirable invertebrates living on the rock, like fan worms.
Minimum tank size: 75 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Carnivorous, feed marine fish, crustacean flesh, mysid shrimp and frozen preparations.
Reef Compatibility: This species feeds on a wide-range of invertebrates, including some of the species we attempt to maintain in the reef tank. It will even eat large sea anemones!
Level of Care: Fairly Easy

Small $34.99 Medium $49.99 Large $69.99

 True Falcula Butterfly
Chaetodon falcula

Identification:This species can be successfully housed in the home aquarium if you keep it with peaceful tankmates and provide it a varied diet. Like any butterfly, if it is picked on initially or feels a threat from tankmates, it may refuse to feed. It should be kept in a big tank with plenty of swimming room. It may quarrel with other chaetodontids, (which is a good thing, since it means it isn't a winpy as some butterflies) but usually ignores other fish species. Provide it with a varied diet. It can be employed to clean live rock of glass anemones , however, it will also feed on some of the more desirable invertebrates living on the rock, like fan worms.
Minimum tank size: 75 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Carnivorous, feed marine fish, crustacean flesh, mysid shrimp and frozen preparations.
Reef Compatibility: This species feeds on a wide-range of invertebrates, including some of the species we attempt to maintain in the reef tank.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small $49.99 Medium $69.99 Large $89.99

Auriga Butterfly
(Hawaii)
Chaetodon auriga

Identification:This is one of the more durable and readily available butterflyfishes. It will accept a wide range of aquarium fare and can withstand some neglect, for a butterfly. Of course, optimal water quality is required to ensure its good health. Once acclimated, it tends to be one of the more bold butterflies. It can be employed to clean live rock of aiptasiaanemones; however, it will also feed on some of the more desirable invertebrates living on the rock, like fan worms.
Minimum tank size: 55 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Offer crustacean flesh, mysid shrimp and frozen preparations. Feeding more than once daily is recommended.
Reef Compatibility: This species feeds on a wide-range of invertebrates, including some of the species we attempt to maintain in the reef tank.
Level of Care: Fairly Easy

Small $34.99 Medium $44.99 Large $89.99

 CLOWNFISH

CLOWNFISH AND ANENOME COMPATIBILITY
There is a definite closeness between clownfish and their host anenome. The anenome provides the protection for the clown, and in turn for this protection, the clown feeds and cleans the anenome. A true symbiotic relationship.
But will any clown go into any anenome? Check out the chart and find out!

 Tank Raised
Australian Black Percula's

Identification:Rarely seen anywhere in the aquarium trade we are busting with joy that we can offer you such a treat. These guys are one of the most beautiful clown fish we have ever been able to bring you. The Black and White Percula Clownfish is very distinctive with its jet-black body and three bluish-white bands on each side. A very good candidate for a reef aquarium, they are very hardy and are perfect for the novice or seasoned aquarist. Because they are tank raised, many varieties of tank raised clowns can be maintained together in the aquarium along with other varied tank members. Also known as the Black Perc, or Black Percula Clown Anemonefish, it is normally found in association with anemones on the reefs of the Coral Sea. It can be found individually, or more commonly, in pairs or small groups within the same anemone such as Heteractis magnifica or Stichodactyla mertensii. Tank Bred Black Percula's will grow to a maximum size of 3 inches in the aquarium, and may be kept singly or in groups. Tank bred Black Percula's are totally reef safe.
Minimum tank size: 30 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Omnivorous, feed varied diet that includes plant material
Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish
Level of Care: Easy

$39.99 Medium

True Percula Clownfish
Amphiprion percula

Identification:The True Percula Clownfish originates from the reefs off New Guinea, and are hard find in the trade. They are a beautiful species of clownfish with the classic patterns of black, orange and white.This is a tremendously popular fish that guaranteed will not have the success rate of its Tank Raised Cousins. So, expect losses with True Perula Clowns. This attractive fish is more aggressive towards members of its own species than the similar Ocellaris Clown. Naturally occurs in Sebae, Magnificent and carpet anemones.
Minimum tank size: 30 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Omnivorous, feed varied diet that includes plant material
Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

$29.99 Medium $49.99 Large

 Tank Raised
True Percula Clownfish
Amphiprion percula

Identification:Tank raised specimens generally fare better than wild collected specimens. his species is more aggressive towards members of its own kind than the similar Ocellaris Clown. Naturally occurs in Sebae, Magnificent and carpet anemones, all of which are difficult to keep. Does not require an anemone to do well in captivity. The True Percula Clown is much less frequently available as the similar Ocellaris
Minimum tank size: 30 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Omnivorous, feed varied diet that includes plant material
Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish
Level of Care: Easy

$29.99 Medium

  Tank Raised
Ocellaris Clownfish
Amphiprion ocellaris

Identification:The Ocellaris Clownfish, also called the False Percula Clownfish, is by far the most popular of the clownfish in the marine aquarium hobby. It is called the False Percula because it is easily confused with A. percula, a very similar species from the Indo-Pacific region. Very easy to keep in aquariums, this species adapts well and will accept a wide variety of aquarium foods. They are also known to be the least aggressive of the clownfish and will tolerate other members of the same species in their tank. This is the first marine aquarium fish to be successfully raised in captivity, and therefore helped lead the way in marine ornamental aquaculture. They prefer the carpet anemones as host species, usually H. magnifica, S. gigantea or S. mertensii.
Minimum tank size: 30 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Omnivorous, feed varied diet that includes plant material
Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish
Level of Care: Easy

$21.99 Medium

 Gold Band Maroon Clownfish
Premnas biaculeatus

Identification:The Gold Band Maroon Clownfish is very similar to the Maroon Clown fish with the exception of its stripes, which are gold instead of white. Found in the area of Sumatra, these gold bands have 3 bright gold stripes. Far less aggressive than their relatives with white bands. As with most clownfish the Gold Maroon Clownfish is best kept singly unless a pair is introduced together. Generally, it is a great fish for the reef aquarium and spends much of its time nestled peacefully in its anemone. If you plan to keep other clownfish, it is best to do it in a larger aquarium of 100 gallons or more and provide each clownfish, or pair of clownfish, with their own anemone. That way each fish has a comfortable home and quarrels will be reduced. Adding all of the clownfish at the same time will also help to reduce territorial disputes.
Note: The Gold Maroon Clownfish does not require a host anemone for survival; however it is a real treat for any hobbyist to observe the symbiotic relationship between the clownfish and its host anemone. The anemone provides a safe haven for the clownfish because its tentacles will inflict a painful sting on all but other clownfish. The clownfish, in return, chases off fish that threaten to pick at the anemone and brings it scraps of food. The Gold Maroon Clownfish adapts to almost all common sea anemones, but prefers the Bubbletip Anemone.
Minimum tank size: 40 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Omnivorous, feed varied diet that includes plant material
Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish
Level of Care: Easy

$29.99 Small $39.99 Medium $69.99 Large

  Allardi Clownfish
Amphiprion allardi


Identification:A rarity in the aquarium trade, this beauty is collected only from East Africa. Allard's Clownfish can do great in captivity. Be sure to grab them fast when available, as they're never plentiful and rare clownfish fans grab them in an instant! This is a relatively bold species of clownfish and can be kept with moderately aggressive tankmates. Naturally occurs with the Bubble Anemone, Long Tentacle Anemone and Carpet Anemone.
Minimum tank size: 40 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Omnivorous, feed varied diet that includes plant material
Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish
Level of Care: Moderate


$59.99 Medium $79.99 Large

 

Clarki Clownfish
Amphiprion clarkii

Identification:Clark's Clownfish is one of the sturdier and more readily available members of the genus. Coloration is variable. Smaller specimens in the trade tend to be orangish overall, whereas other individuals (including larger specimens) are darker overall. This is one of the most common of the clownfishes in the aquarium trade, often erroneously sold as the "Sebae" Clownfish. Naturally occurs in more anemones than any other clownfish!
Minimum tank size: 40 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Omnivorous, feed varied diet that includes plant material
Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish
Level of Care: Easy

$19.99 Medium


Orange Skunk Clownfish
Amphiprion sandaracinos

Identification:The Orange Skunk Clownfish is one of five species of "skunk" clownfish. The Orange Skunk has a mid-dorsal white stripe, and no other head or body stripes. It is easily distinguished from the Pink Skunk Clown which has a head bar. They are deifficult to keep healthy in aquariums. They are highly sought by advanced aquarists because of their unique orange color, non-aggressiveness, and relative rareity in the trade.Host Anemones include the Purple Long Tentacle (H.crispa) and the carpet(S. mertensii).  
Minimum tank size: 55 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Omnivorous, feed varied diet that includes plant material
Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish
Level of Care: Difficult
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.
Small $19.99 Medium $24.99 Large $44.99

Tomato Clowns
Amphiprion frenatus

Identification:Another popular clown fish. May be housed with or without an anemone. Naturall home's are in Bubble Anemones (easy to keep) and Sebae Anemones (more difficult to keep).
Minimum tank size: 40 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Omnivorous, feed varied diet that includes plant material
Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish
Level of Care: Easy


Small
$13.99 Medium $17.99 Large $29.99

Red Sea
Bicinctus Clownfish
Amphiprion bicinctus

Identification:A rarity in the aquarium trade, this beauty from the Red Sea does well in captivity. This clownfish should be kept singly or in male-female pairs. Like all clownfishes, it may quarrel with other clownfishes, therefore, it is best not to mix with other members of the subfamily. It can be kept with moderately aggressive tankmates. Naturally occurs with the Bubble Anemone, including the Super Green Bubble Anemone, and the rare Rose Bubble Anemone.
Minimum tank size: 40 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Omnivorous, feed varied diet that includes plant material
Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish
Level of Care: Easy

Medium
$79.99 Large $99.99

Tank Raised
Maroon Clownfish
Premnas biaculeatus

Identification:This popular clownfish can be one of the hardiest and boldest clowns once adjusted to the aquarium. It is best suited to a bold community tank, as they are the most territorial clownfish. Naturally occurs with the Bubble Anemone, which is a very hardy an popular anemone, that is available in several varieties, including the Super Green Bubble Anemone, and the rare Rose Bubble Anemone.
Minimum tank size: 40 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Omnivorous, feed varied diet that includes plant material
Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish
Level of Care: Easy

Small $19.99 Medium $27.99 Large $44.99

Fire Clownfish
ALSO KNOWN AS : RED SADDLE BACK CLOWN
(Amphiprion ephippium)

Identification:This beauty is bright reddish-orange overall, with a black saddle on the back. Younger specimens (shown) may have a white bar on the side of the head. While this can be a durable aquarium inhabitant, they ship poorly. This can be an aggressive fish that should not be kept with smaller, more passive tankmates. Naturally occurs in Bubbletip and Sebae Anemones.
Minimum tank size: 40 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Omnivorous, feed varied diet that includes plant material
Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Medium $27.99 ea. Large $44.99 ea.

 Mated Pairs
Gold Band Maroon Clownfish

Identification:The Gold Band Maroon Clownfish originates from the Indonesian Bali Islands, and mated pairs are a hard find in the trade. They are a beautiful species of clownfish with the unusual feature of all 3 stripes appearing to be bright golden yellow. The female of the pair is the larger of the two fish, and will also be the aggressor of the two. This is an uncommon find, and will be a great addition to your reef aquarium. Mated pairs are best added along with an anemone. Gold Band Maroon's will form relationships with the following species of anemones; Carpet (Stichodactyla sp.), Sebae (Heteractis crispa), Bubble (Entacmaea quadricolor), or Ritteri (Heteractis magnifica).
Minimum tank size: 40 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Omnivorous, feed varied diet that includes plant material
Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.
$129.99 for the pair - limited quantities...

 Mated Pairs
Australian Black Percula's

Identification:The Australian Black Percula Clownfish originates from the Barrier reefs outside of Australia, and mated pairs are a hard find in the trade. They are a beautiful species of clownfish with the unusual black background. The female of the pair is the larger of the two fish, and will also be the aggressor of the two. This is an uncommon find, and will be a great addition to your reef aquarium. Mated pairs are best added along with an anemone. Black Perculas will form relationships with the following species of anemones; Carpet (Stichodactyla sp.), Sebae (Heteractis crispa), Bubble (Entacmaea quadricolor), or Ritteri (Heteractis magnifica).
Minimum tank size: 40 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Omnivorous, feed varied diet that includes plant material
Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.
$149.99 for the pair - limited quantities.

 Mated Pairs
Ocellaris Clownfish

Identification:The OcellarisClownfish originates from the reefs of Indonesia, and mated pairs are a hard find in the trade. They are a beautiful species of clownfish with the classic patterns of black, orange and white. The female of the pair is the larger of the two fish, and will also be the aggressor of the two. This is an uncommon find, and will be a great addition to your reef aquarium. Mated pairs are best added along with an anemone. True Perculas will form relationships with the following species of anemones; Carpet (Stichodactyla sp.), Sebae (Heteractis crispa), Bubble (Entacmaea quadricolor), or Ritteri (Heteractis magnifica). The True Percula Clownfish, like several other clowns, can be bred in the aquarium, and is one of the most common "starter" fish for saltwater breeders. They will typically spawn within the proximity of the base of the host anemone.
Minimum tank size: 40 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Omnivorous, feed varied diet that includes plant material
Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.
$129.99 for the pair - limited quantities.

 DAMSEL FISH
    Note: Though Damsels and Chromis are very hearty fish, due to the fact that new tanks are cycled with these fish, all Damsels and all Chromis are not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

     Jewel Damselfish
Microspathodon chrysurus

Description: From the Caribbean, as a juvenile, the Jewel Damselfish, also known as Jewelfish, is black with sparkling blue dots. It is a good fish for beginners, and makes an ideal companion fish for a saltwater tank of over 50 gallons, and a great companion for reefs and invertebrate tanks. Its hardiness and small size make it one of the most common fish used for cycling a saltwater tank.
Recommended minimum tank size: A tank of at least 30 gallons is recommended.
Food and diet: Frozen or live brine shrimp, plankton, mysis shrimp, green algae.
Reef Compatible: An excellent reef aquarium species because it will not bother invertebrates.
Approximate Purchase Size: 3/4" to 1-1/2"

$15.99

      Neon Velvet Damselfish
Neoglyphidodon oxyodon

Description: The Neon Velvet Damselfish , is black with small blue stripes and one large vertical white stripe. It is a good fish for beginners, and makes an ideal companion fish for a saltwater tank of over 30 gallons, and a great companion for reefs and invertebrate tanks. Its hardiness and small size make it one of the most common fish used for cycling a saltwater tank.
Recommended minimum tank size: A tank of at least 30 gallons is recommended.
Food and diet: A hardy aquarium fish, accepting a wide variety of prepared foods; live brine shrimp, plankton, mysis shrimp, green algae.
Reef Compatible: An excellent reef aquarium species because it will not bother invertebrates.
Approximate Purchase Size: 3/4" to 1-1/2"

$9.99

Australian Orangetail Damselfish
Chrysiprera cyanea

Description: The Australian Orangetail Damsel fish is probably the highest demand damsel fish sold in the United States. These Australian beauties, are a good hardy fish for beginners, and perfect for reef , fish only, or invertebrate tanks.
Recommended minimum tank size: A tank of at least 30 gallons is recommended.
Food and diet: A hardy aquarium fish, accepting a wide variety of prepared foods; live brine shrimp, plankton, mysis shrimp, green algae.
Reef Compatible: An excellent reef aquarium species because it will not bother invertebrates.
Approximate Purchase Size: 3/4" to 1-1/2"

$9.99

  Domino Damselfish
Chrysyptera cyanea

Description: The Domino Damselfish, also known as the Three Spot Damselfish, is so named due to the three white spots on its black body. It matures into an aggressive adult whose bright spots fade with age. Somewhat aggressive, its home should be able to easily accommodate multiple specimens. It is a good fish for beginners, and makes an ideal companion fish for a saltwater tank of over 30 gallons, and a great companion for reefs and invertebrate tanks. Its hardiness and small size make it one of the most common fish used for cycling a saltwater tank.
Recommended minimum tank size: A tank of at least 30 gallons is recommended.
Food and diet: A hardy aquarium fish, accepting a wide variety of prepared foods; live brine shrimp, plankton, mysis shrimp, green algae.
Reef Compatible: An excellent reef aquarium species because it will not bother invertebrates.
Approximate Purchase Size: 3/4" to 1-1/2"

$5.99

  Electric Blue Damselfish
Pomacentrus Coelestis

Description: The Electric Blue Damsel fish is somewhat aggressive, its home should be able to easily accommodate multiple specimens. It is a good fish for beginners, and makes an ideal companion fish for a saltwater tank of over 30 gallons, and a great companion for reefs and invertebrate tanks. Its hardiness and small size make it one of the most common fish used for cycling a saltwater tank.
Recommended minimum tank size: A tank of at least 30 gallons is recommended.
Food and diet: A hardy aquarium fish, accepting a wide variety of prepared foods; live brine shrimp, plankton, mysis shrimp, green algae.
Reef Compatible: An excellent reef aquarium species because it will not bother invertebrates.
Approximate Purchase Size: 3/4" to 1-1/2"


$8.99

  3 Stripe Damselfish
Dascyllus aruanus

Description: The 3 Stripe Damsel fish is somewhat aggressive, its home should be able to easily accommodate multiple specimens. It is a good fish for beginners, and makes an ideal companion fish for a saltwater tank of over 30 gallons, and a great companion for reefs and invertebrate tanks. Its hardiness and small size make it one of the most common fish used for cycling a saltwater tank.
Recommended minimum tank size: A tank of at least 30 gallons is recommended.
Food and diet: A hardy aquarium fish, accepting a wide variety of prepared foods; live brine shrimp, plankton, mysis shrimp, green algae.
Reef Compatible: An excellent reef aquarium species because it will not bother invertebrates.
Approximate Purchase Size: 3/4" to 1-1/2"


$5.99

   Blue Damselfish
Abudefdul cyaneus

Description: Its coloration is bright blue overall with a black line through the eye and an eye spot on the upper rear of the fish. Somewhat aggressive, its home should be able to easily accommodate multiple specimens. It is a good fish for beginners, and makes an ideal companion fish for a saltwater tank of over 20 gallons, and a great companion for reefs and invertebrate tanks. Its hardiness and small size make it one of the most common fish used for cycling a saltwater tank.
Recommended minimum tank size: A tank of at least 20 gallons is recommended.
Food and diet: A hardy aquarium fish, accepting a wide variety of prepared foods; live brine shrimp, plankton, mysis shrimp, green algae.
Reef Compatible: An excellent reef aquarium species because it will not bother invertebrates.
Approximate Purchase Size: 3/4" to 1-1/2"


$5.99

 Black and Gold Chromis
Paraglyphidodon Nigoris

Description: Coming from the Western Pacific, it is fairly hearty and a good eater, accepting almost all foods. This fish is somewhat passive and should be kept in schools of three or more. A good fish for beginners, it makes an ideal companion fish for a saltwater tank of over 20 gallons, and a great companion for reefs and invertebrate tanks.
Recommended minimum tank size: A tank of at least 20 gallons is recommended.
Food and diet: Accepts a wide variety of prepared foods; live brine shrimp, plankton, mysis shrimp, green algae.
Reef Compatible: An excellent reef aquarium species because it will not bother invertebrates.
Approximate Purchase Size: 3/4" to 1-1/2"


$7.99

  Blue Green Chromis
Chromis viridis

Description: The Blue Green Chromis is found in schools throughout the Indo-Pacific reefs and in the Red Sea. A hardy fish , it is commonly kept long term, in small schools. A great beginner fish, and a terrific fish to learn the hobby with. It may also be included in larger schools in show tanks. It is also one of the fish often selected as a tank-cycling fish. A peaceful fish, the Blue Green Reef Chromis will live many years in an aquarium with good water quality.
Recommended minimum tank size: A tank of at least 20 gallons is recommended.
Food and diet: Accepts a wide variety of prepared foods; live brine shrimp, plankton, mysis shrimp, green algae.
Reef Compatible: An excellent reef aquarium species because it will not bother invertebrates.
Approximate Purchase Size: 3/4" to 1-1/2"


$7.99
Extra Large Red Sea $13.99

  Blue Reef Chromis
Chromis cyaneus

Description: The Blue Reef Chromis is found throughout the Atlantic along reefs. A hardy fish , it is commonly kept long term, in small schools. A great beginner fish, and a terrific fish to learn the hobby with. It may also be included in larger schools in show tanks. It is also one of the fish often selected as a tank-cycling fish. A peaceful fish, it will live many years in an aquarium with good water quality.
Recommended minimum tank size: A tank of at least 20 gallons is recommended.
Food and diet: Accepts a wide variety of prepared foods; live brine shrimp, plankton, mysis shrimp, green algae.
Reef Compatible: An excellent reef aquarium species because it will not bother invertebrates.
Approximate Purchase Size: 3/4" to 1-1/2"


$10.99
   

 LION FISH
    Note: Lionfish can sting and cause serious health issues. Be careful when working around any Lion Fish.

   Black Volitan Lion
Black Pterois volitans


Description: The Volitan Lionfish has red to burgundy, white, and black vertical stripes along the body. It also has large, fan-like pectoral fins, and tall, banded spines on the dorsal fin. The spines on the dorsal, pelvic, and anal fins are venomous. If you are stung, the reaction will be similar to a bee sting only a little stronger. It will hide while acclimating to its new home, but then is generally found out in the open. It may eat smaller fish, shrimp, and other crustaceans in the tank.
Recommended minimum tank size: The Volitan prefers a tank of at least 30 gallons with plenty of places to hide & swim.
Food and diet: Carnivorous, feeds on crustaceans and fishes. Feed meaty foods, may require live food to initiate feeding response.
Reef Compatability: Interesting reef tank resident, but will eat crustaceans and small fishes.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small $39.99 Medium $59.99
Large $89.99 XLarge $149.99

    Red Volitan Lion
Red Pterois volitans


Description: The Volitan Lionfish has red to burgundy, white, and black vertical stripes along the body. It also has large, fan-like pectoral fins, and tall, banded spines on the dorsal fin. The spines on the dorsal, pelvic, and anal fins are venomous. If you are stung, the reaction will be similar to a bee sting only a little stronger. It will hide while acclimating to its new home, but then is generally found out in the open. It may eat smaller fish, shrimp, and other crustaceans in the tank.
Recommended minimum tank size: TheVolitan prefers a tank of at least 30 gallons with plenty of places to hide & swim.
Food and diet: Carnivorous, feeds on crustaceans and fishes. Feed meaty foods, may require live food to initiate feeding response.
Reef Compatability: Interesting reef tank resident, but will eat crustaceans and small fishes.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small $39.99 Medium $59.99
Large $89.99 XLarge $149.99

     Antennata Lion
Pterois antennata

Description: This lionfish is easily recognized by the spots, which are often blue, on the inner surface of the large pectoral fins. It can be a durable aquarium fish that readily adapts to captive life if provided with adequate hiding places. If you keep more than one specimen, provide each individual with its own shelter site. This species is usually indifferent toward its tankmates, including members of its own kind and other lionfishes, unless they are small enough to swallow. Although it feeds on crustaceans in the wild, it will eat any fish that is small enough to fit in its mouth in the aquarium. Provide with plenty of open swimming space as well as caves and crevices for its to refuge in. It may spend more time in the open in a dimly-lit tank.
Recommended minimum tank size: The Antenata prefers a tank of at least 30 gallons with plenty of places to hide & swim.
Food and diet: Carnivorous, feeds on crustaceans and fishes. Feed meaty foods, may require live food to initiate feeding response.
Reef Compatability: Interesting reef tank resident, but will eat crustaceans and small fishes.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small $29.99 Medium $44.99
Large $69.99 XLarge $109.99

  Radiata Lion
Pterois radiata

Description: From Tahiti, the Radiata Lionfish, has red, white, and black vertical stripes along the body; large, fan-like pectoral fins; and tall, quill-like dorsal fins. The spines on the dorsal, pelvic, and anal fins are venomous. If you are stung, the reaction will be similar to a bee sting only a little stronger. It will hide while acclimating to its new home, but then is generally found out in the open.
Recommended minimum tank size: The Radiata prefers a tank of at least 30 gallons with plenty of places to hide & swim.
Food and diet: Carnivorous, feeds on crustaceans and fishes. Feed meaty foods, may require live food to initiate feeding response.
Reef Compatability: Interesting reef tank resident, but will eat crustaceans and small fishes.
Level of Care: Moderate
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Small $39.99 Medium $69.99
Large
$99.99 XLarge $159.99

   Dwarf/Zebra Lion
Dendrochirus zebra

Description: From Indonesia, the Dwarf or Zebra Lionfish, has red, white, and black vertical stripes along the body; large, fan-like pectoral fins; and tall, quill-like dorsal fins. The spines on the dorsal, pelvic, and anal fins are venomous. If you are stung, the reaction will be similar to a bee sting only a little stronger. It will hide while acclimating to its new home, but then is generally found out in the open.
Recommended minimum tank size: The Dwarf prefers a tank of at least 30 gallons with plenty of places to hide & swim.
Food and diet: Carnivorous, feeds on crustaceans and fishes. Feed meaty foods, may require live food to initiate feeding response.
Reef Compatability: Interesting reef tank resident, but will eat crustaceans and small fishes.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small $18.99 Medium $24.99
Large
$34.99

 Fu Man Chu Lion
Dendrochirus biocellatus

Description: From Tahiti, the Fu Man Chu Lionfish, has red, white, and black vertical stripes along the body; large, fan-like pectoral fins; and tall, quill-like dorsal fins. The spines on the dorsal, pelvic, and anal fins are venomous. If you are stung, the reaction will be similar to a bee sting only a little stronger. It will hide while acclimating to its new home, but then is generally found out in the open.
Recommended minimum tank size: The FuManchu prefers a tank of at least 30 gallons with plenty of places to hide & swim.
Food and diet: Carnivorous, feeds on crustaceans and fishes. Feed meaty foods, may require live food to initiate feeding response.
Reef Compatability: Interesting reef tank resident, but will eat crustaceans and small fishes.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small $39.99 Medium $49.99
Large
$79.99

 Tangs and Rabbit Fish

Lipstick or Naso Tangs
Naso lituratus

Description: The Naso tang is brown or grayish overall with a yellow dorsal fin, orange "lips" and orange tail spines. Very larger individuals have long filaments on the upper and lower lobes of the tail. This handsome fish is very active; thus, it is important to provide it with plenty of swimming space. It also needs suitable hiding places. In nature it feeds almost entirely on brown macroalgae and should be offered a wide a variety of foods in the aquarium, including plenty of algae. When stressed it develops a blotchy color pattern. It is usually not overly aggressive toward its tankmates, except possibly members of its own kind. This species of often called the "Nassau" Tang", which is ironic, since they are not found in the Atlantic Ocean. This species is found in the Western and Central Pacific, and is replaced by the nearly identical "Blonde Naso Tang" N. elegans in the Indian Ocean and Red Sea.
Recommended Tank size: requires a 55 gallon or larger aquarium with a number of hiding places and plenty of room to swim.
Food and diet: Herbivore, provide with a varied diet that includes frozen and flake foods for herbivores as well as dried algae sheets.
Reef Compatability: Great Reef Fish
Level of Care: Fairly easy

Small $39.99 Med $59.99 Med/Lrg $79.99 Lrg $109.99
Large Male w/streamers $169.99

 Blue Hippo Tangs
Paracanthurus hepatus

Description: This beautiful fish is royal blue, with a black palette pattern on the side and a yellow tail. Of the thousands of fish available to the trade, this is one of the most popular of them all! It is widely distributed throughout the Central, Southern and Western Pacific, and like all fish collected from many different locations, quality varies from one collection location to another. Beware of cheap specimens. This fish has many widely used common names; It is know as "Hippo Tang", "Regal Tang", "Regal Blue Tang", "Hepatus Tang", "Palette Tang", "Yellow Tail Blue Tang", "Pacific Blue Tang", and any other variation you might imagine. It is shy, especially when first introduced to the aquarium, and should be provided with branching corals or some other suitable shelter sites. This tang will lie on is side (often startling those unaware of it's behavior) if it cannot find a suitable hiding place, or when first introduced into the aquarium. This species is usually more docile than many other Surgeonfishes, and gets along great in a peaceful community tank. Juveniles can be kept in the same tank, but adults often quarrel, unless the tank is very large.
Recommended Tank size: requires a 20 gallon or larger aquarium with a number of hiding places and plenty of room to swim.
Food and diet: Zooplankton feeder that will also eat some algae. Provide with a varied diet and feed at least a couple of times per day.
Reef Compatability: Great reef fish
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small $39.99 Med ium $59.99
Large $89.99 Xlarg e$119.99

Extremely Rare 
 African Yellow Belly
Hippo Tangs

Description: This beautiful fish is royal blue, with a black palette pattern on the side and a yellow tail. Of the thousands of fish available to the trade, this is one of the most popular of them all! It is widely distributed throughout the Central, Southern and Western Pacific, and like all fish collected from many different locations, quality varies from one collection location to another. Beware of cheap specimens. This fish has many widely used common names; It is know as "Hippo Tang", "Regal Tang", "Regal Blue Tang", "Hepatus Tang", "Palette Tang", "Yellow Tail Blue Tang", "Pacific Blue Tang", and any other variation you might imagine. It is shy, especially when first introduced to the aquarium, and should be provided with branching corals or some other suitable shelter sites. This tang will lie on is side (often startling those unaware of it's behavior) if it cannot find a suitable hiding place, or when first introduced into the aquarium. This species is usually more docile than many other Surgeonfishes, and gets along great in a peaceful community tank. Juveniles can be kept in the same tank, but adults often quarrel, unless the tank is very large.
Recommended Tank size: requires a 20 gallon or larger aquarium with a number of hiding places and plenty of room to swim.
Food and diet: Zooplankton feeder that will also eat some algae. Provide with a varied diet and feed at least a couple of times per day.
Reef Compatability: Great reef fish
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Med ium $119.99 Larg $149.99

   Powder Brown Tang
Acanthurus nigricans

Description: This species is brown overall, with a white band under the eye, yellow along the anal and dorsal fins bases and orange on the outer edges of these two fins. The powder brown is similar to the Gold Rim Tang (Acanthurus nigricans). Both are can be shy when introduced to the aquarium and will require suitable hiding places to refuge in if threatened. The powder brown can be finicky when it comes to adjusting to eating prepared foods, so a tank with a flourishing algae crop or live rock will ensure it gets enough to eat during the acclimation process. Like most tangs, this species can be aggressive toward surgeonfish tankmates once it acclimates, especially members of its own kind (keep only one per tank).
Recommended Tank size: requires a 40 gallon or larger aquarium with a number of hiding places and plenty of room to swim.
Food and diet: Herbivore, provide with a varied diet that includes frozen and flake foods for herbivores as well as dried algae sheets.
Reef Compatability: Great reef fish, fares notably better in reef aquariums than in fish only tanks.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Small $39.99 Medium $49.99 Large $69.99

 Achilles Tang
(Acanthurus Achilles)

Description: This stunning fish is chocolate brown with an orange teardrop-shaped patch around the spine in front of the tail and orange on the tail and at the base of the dorsal and anal fins. This is one of the more demanding members of the Acanthurus clan. In the wild this species prefers turbulent water flow. Provide this active fish with a large tank with plenty of swimming room, as well plenty of hiding places. Keep only one per tank. Offer a varied diet that includes frozen and flake foods for herbivores as well as dried algae sheets.
Recommended Tank size: requires a 75 gallon or larger aquarium with a number of hiding places and plenty of room to swim.
Food and diet: Herbivore, provide with a varied diet that includes frozen and flake foods for herbivores as well as dried algae sheets.
Reef Compatability: Great for a reef tank. Will eat some microalgae.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

Medium $99.99 Large $119.99

  Atlantic Blue Tang
Acanthurus coeruleus

Description: The adults of this species are blue, while juveniles are yellow with blue trim around the dorsal and anal fins. PLEASE NOTE, if ordering small size, it will be yellow, only large or larger is blue. The larger they grow, the more blue they become. Provide this active fish with plenty of swimming room, as well one or two hiding places. This species is not as aggressive toward its tankmates, but it is prudent to only keep one adult per tank (you can keep an adult and juvenile specimen together). It is usually not overly aggressive towards other fishes, with the possible exception of other herbivores.
Recommended Tank size: requires a 55 gallon or larger aquarium with a number of hiding places and plenty of room to swim.
Food and diet: Herbivore, provide with a varied diet that includes frozen and flake foods for herbivores as well as dried algae sheets.
Reef Compatability: Great reef fish
Level of Care: Easy

Small $24.99 Medium $34.99 Large $49.99

  Clown Tang
(Acanthurus lineatus)

Description: This beauty has alternating yellow and blue lines running down the body and a white belly. It is very active and needs lots of unobstructed swimming room and clean, highly-oxygenated seawater. It is very susceptible to ich and the aquarist should be prepared for these inevitable infestations. It is capable of instantaneous color change. For example, the head will become dark and the body pale when it attacks intruders. Like most tangs, well-acclimated, comfortable specimens may be aggressive towards close relatives. It typically fares notably better in reef aquariums than in fish only tanks. Availability Notes: Small and medium are semi regularly available, larger specimens are seldom collected.
Recommended Tank size: requires a 55 gallon or larger aquarium with a number of hiding places and plenty of room to swim.
Food and diet: Herbivore, provide with a varied diet that includes frozen and flake foods for herbivores as well as dried algae sheets.
Reef Compatability: Great reef fish. Typically fares notably better in reef aquariums than in fish only tanks.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.


Small $39.99 Medium $49.99 Large $119.99

    Chevron Tangs
Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis

Description: Juveniles are orange with blue lines on the body, while the dorsal and anal fins are blue. Adults are dark olive brown with thin pinstripes on the body. Adults are not often available. It is not an overly aggressive fish and will usually not bother fish tankmates, with the possible exception of close relatives. It may be picked on by aggressive tangs. Provide this active fish with plenty of swimming room, as well one or two hiding places. Its teeth are adapted for browsing on diatoms (brown algae) off of hard substrates and its needs are easily met. Most specimens are around 2"-3", large specimens are seldom collected.
Recommended Tank size: requires a 20 gallon or larger aquarium with a number of hiding places and plenty of room to swim.
Food and diet: Herbivore, provide with a varied diet that includes frozen and flake foods for herbivores as well as dried algae sheets.
Reef Compatability: Great reef fish. Typically fares notably better in reef aquariums than in fish only tanks.
Level of Care: Moderate

Medium $149.99

  Red Sea Purple Tang
Zebrasoma xanthurus

Description: This beautiful Red Sea fish is purple with a yellow tail. The purple tang is typically among the more aggressive members of the genus, and is very hardy. It may chase fish with similar feeding behavior or shape, but typically gets along well in the community tank. Provide this active fish with some swimming room, as well as suitable hiding places.
Recommended Tank size: requires a 20 gallon or larger aquarium with a number of hiding places and plenty of room to swim.
Food and diet: Herbivore, provide with a varied diet that includes frozen and flake foods for herbivores as well as dried algae sheets.
Reef Compatability: Great reef fish. Typically fares notably better in reef aquariums than in fish only tanks.
Level of Care: Easy

Small $79.99 - Medium $119.99 - Large $159.99

 Red Sea Desjardin Tang
Zebrasoma desjardinii

Description: This Red Sea fish is one of the hardiest members of the genus, as well as the least aggressive. Notably hardier than most tangs. Provide this active fish with plenty of swimming room, as well as several hiding places. Does great in reef or fish only tanks and it will eat some algae.
Recommended Tank size: requires a 55 gallon or larger aquarium with a number of hiding places and plenty of room to swim.
Food and diet: Herbivore, provide with a varied diet that includes frozen and flake foods for herbivores as well as dried algae sheets.
Reef Compatability: Great for a reef tank. Will eat some algae.
Level of Care: Easy

Small $69.99 - Medium $89.99 - Large $119.99

  Hawiian Kole Tang
Ctenochaetus strigosus

Description: This species is reddish-brown with lighter lines running down the body and a yellow ring around the eye. It is an active species that will graze on microalgae growing on the aquarium glass and décor. It is a passive tang that makes a great community fish. Very popular as a "maintainance" tang.
Recommended Tank size: requires a 30 gallon or larger aquarium with a number of hiding places and plenty of room to swim.
Food and diet: Herbivore, provide with a varied diet that includes frozen and flake foods for herbivores as well as dried algae sheets.
Reef Compatability: Great for a reef tank.
Level of Care: Easy


Small $29.99 Medium $39.99 Large $54.99

  Hawiian Yellow Tang
Zebrasoma flavescens
Description: This is the most well known fish in the marine hobby. When sleeping or stressed a white line appears on the flanks of this fish. If you are going to keep more than one tang in the same tank it is best to introduce them simultaneously, or to introduce smaller individuals first. This is a good community fish. This species can be aggressive toward surgeonfish tankmates, especially members of its own kind or members of the genus Zebrasoma, after it has acclimated to its new home. It will also defend a preferred hiding place from intruders. Provide this active fish with plenty of swimming room, as well one or two hiding places.
Recommended minimum tank size: 55 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Herbivore, provide with a varied diet that includes frozen and flake foods for herbivores as well as dried algae sheets.
Reef Compatibility: Excellent, good algae grazer
Level of Care: Easy

Small
$25.99 Medium $34.99 Large $49.99

 Blonde Naso Tang
Red Sea and Indian Ocean
Naso elegans, Naso lituratus

Description: The "Blonde" or "Red Sea" Naso tang distinguished by its orange dorsal fin, rather than black in its Pacific counterpart. Very large individuals have long filaments on the upper and lower lobes of the tail. This handsome fish is very active; thus, it is important to provide it with plenty of swimming space. It also needs suitable hiding places. In nature it feeds almost entirely on brown macroalgae and should be offered a wide a variety of foods in the aquarium, including plenty of algae. When stressed it develops a blotchy color pattern. It is usually not overly aggressive toward its tankmates, except possibly members of its own kind. This species is found in the Red Sea and Indian Ocean.
Recommended Tank size: requires a 55 gallon or larger aquarium with a number of hiding places and plenty of room to swim.
Food and diet: Herbivore, provide with a varied diet that includes frozen and flake foods for herbivores as well as dried algae sheets.
Reef Compatability: Great Reef Fish
Level of Care: Fairly easy

Small
$69.99 Medium $99.99
Large $149.99 XLarge $199.99

 Unicorn Tang
Naso sp.

Description: Unicorn Tangs are much sought after by hobbyists, but not often collected. It needs lots of swimming room, not a tank cluttered with décor. Young individuals such as would be suitable for a home aquarium look little like the spectacular pictures of the giant specimens often seen in books, and have virtually no "horn"-- you simply do not see this in the trade. Unicorn tangs are generally passive, making good community fish. In the wild, juveniles feed on algae while adults eat zooplankton.
Recommended Tank size: 55 gallons
Food and diet: Juveniles eat algae, while adults feed on zooplankton. Provide with a varied diet and try to feed at least a couple of times per day.
Reef Compatability: Great Reef Fish
Level of Care: Fairly easy
Small $59.99 Medium $89.99 Large $149.99

10-14 inch showsize $419.99

 Blue Spotted Vlamingi Tang
Description: The adults of this species are grayish-brown overall with blue lines on the body, blue along the base of the dorsal and anal fins, and blue on the tail. Juveniles lack the lines and spots. It is a very active fish that is among the hardiest of all tangs! They may even thrive un less than optimal conditions. Highly sought after, this species becomes quite spectacular as they grow. It needs lots of swimming room, not a tank cluttered with décor. This species can usually hold their own with many of their tankmates. In the wild, it is usually found swimming over the reef feeding on zooplankton. Shown is a very large, fully developed specimen
Recommended Tank size: 55 gallons
Food and diet: Zooplankton feeder that will also eat some algae. Provide with a varied diet and try to feed feed a couple of times per day.
Reef Compatability: Great Reef Fish
Level of Care: Fairly easy

Small $59.99 Medium $89.99

   Sailfin Tang
Zebrasoma veliferum

Description: The sailfin tang has brown and white bars on the body that extend onto the fins, while the tail is yellow. The dorsal and anal fins are also very high. This is one of the least aggressive members of the genus, and family, although it may behave aggressively toward members of its own kind. Provide this active fish with plenty of swimming room, as well one or two hiding places.
Recommended minimum tank size:
20 Gallon
Feeding and diet:
Herbivore, provide with a varied diet that includes frozen and flake foods for herbivores as well as dried algae sheets.
Reef Compatibility:
An excellent reef aquarium fish
Level of Care: Fairly easy

Small $24.99 - Medium $34.99 - Large $54.99

   Red Sea Sohol Tang
Acanthurus sohal

Description:This Stunning Red Sea fish is white with black lines on the body, black fins and an orange spine in front of the tail. Although this is one of the boldest members of the tang family, it is also the hardiest, easiest to keep of them all!! This is a very active fish that needs plenty of swimming room; adults should be kept in larger aquariums. Most specimens are in the medium to large size range, or around 3"-6". Very easy to care for.
Recommended minimum tank size: 55 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Herbivore, provide with a varied diet that includes frozen and flake foods for herbivores as well as dried algae sheets.
Reef Compatibility: An excellent reef aquarium fish
Level of Care: Fairly easy

Small $119.99 - Medium $139.99 - Large $169.99

 Powder Blue Tang
Acanthurus leucosternon

Description:This gorgeous fish is sky blue overall, with a yellow dorsal fin, a white anal fin, a black head and a white band behind the head. It is perhaps the most beautiful members of the genus. Like most tangs, it is very susceptible to ich and the aquarist should be prepared for these inevitable infestations. Despite this, it is one of the most popular of all marine aquarium fishes. It is similar to, and slightly sturdier than the closely related Powder Brown Tang. Both can be shy when introduced to the aquarium and will require plenful hiding places to refuge in if threatened. A tank with a flourishing algae crop or live rock will help this fish adapt to the aquarium. Like most surgeonfish, this species can be aggressive toward surgeonfish tankmates once it acclimates, especially members of its own kind (keep only one per tank). Provide this active fish with plenty of swimming room, as well plenty of hiding places. Note: Though available from both Indo and South Africa, we sell only the South African Powder Blues as they are much hardier than there Indo cousin.
Recommended minimum tank size: 55 Gallon
Feeding and diet: Herbivore, provide with a varied diet that includes frozen and flake foods for herbivores as well as dried algae sheets.
Reef Compatibility: An excellent reef aquarium fish
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.
Small $69.99 Medium $89.99
Large $119.99 XLarge $159.99

  Foxface Lo
Siganus (Lo) vulpinis

IMPORTANT NOTICE
The spines of this, and all Rabbitfishes are venomous. Do not touch!
Description:
The foxface rabbitfish is an excellent aquarium fish that is yellow with a white and black band on its head. (There is a closely related form, the onespot rabbitfish, Siganus unimaculatus, which is very rarely seen in the trade – its husbandry is similar). This is an attractive and exceptionally hardy aquarium species. It can be quite nervous when first introduced to the tank and may take a long time to adapt in an area with excessive foot traffic. Does best if some algae is present in the tank – if not, feed frequently. These fish are usually indifferent toward its tankmates, except closely related species and members of its own kind. This species is indifferent toward its tankmates, except closely related species and members of its own kind. Juveniles will tolerate each other, but adults should be kept singly. Provide a tank with plenty of hiding places, as well as some open swimming room.
Recommended Tank size: requires a 30 gallon or larger aquarium with a number of hiding places and plenty of room to swim.
Food and diet: Herbivore, provide with a varied diet that includes frozen and flake foods for herbivores as well as dried algae sheets.
Reef Compatability: This is an excellent reef aquarium fish. It will help control some forms of algae.
Level of Care: Easy

Small $29.99 - Medium $44.99
Large $59.99 XLarge $89.99

 Magnificent Foxface
Siganus magnifica

IMPORTANT NOTICE
The spines of this, and all Rabbitfishes are venomous. Do not touch!
Description:
The 'Metallic" or "Magnificent" Foxface is quite rare. This is an attractive and exceptionally hardy aquarium species. It can be quite nervous when first introduced to the tank and may take a long time to adapt in an area with excessive foot traffic. Does best if some algae is present in the tank – if not, feed frequently. These fish are usually indifferent toward its tankmates, except closely related species and members of its own kind. This species is indifferent toward its tankmates, except closely related species and members of its own kind. Juveniles will tolerate each other, but adults should be kept singly. Provide a tank with plenty of hiding places, as well as some open swimming room.
Recommended Tank size: requires a 30 gallon or larger aquarium with a number of hiding places and plenty of room to swim.
Food and diet: Herbivore, provide with a varied diet that includes frozen and flake foods for herbivores as well as dried algae sheets.
Reef Compatability: This is an excellent reef aquarium fish. It will help control some forms of algae.
Level of Care: Easy

Medium/Large $149.99 Large $179.99
 

 ANGLER'S, GROUPER'S , HAWKFISH,
HOGFISH, PUFFER'S & TRIGGER'S

 Flame Hawk
Neocirrhites armatus

Description: The most popular of all Hawkfish. The Flamehawk is bright red with black mascara around the eye and a black line along the back. This species will pearch in a favorite spot, occasionally roaming up to a few spots in the tank. They adapt well to aquarium life and generally learn to accept food quickly. This species is one of the least aggressive Hawkfishes, but may be aggressive toward smaller, passive fishes. Provide with structures to perch on and nooks and crannies to hide in (in nature it lives within branching coral heads).
Recommended Tank size: requires a 20 gallon or larger aquarium
Food and diet:Carnivorous, feeds on bottom-dwelling invertebrates and zooplankton. Provide a varied diet that includes preparations for carnivore.
Reef Compatability: Will not bother corals, but may eat feather duster feeding tentacles and small invertebrates.
Level of Care: Easy

$59.99

Long Nose Hawk
Oxycirrhites typus
 
Description: This wonderful fish has a red checkerboard pattern on its white body. The nose is very long and apparently used to locate its prey from reef crevices. This is one of the least aggressive a hawkfish, and easily the most distinctive. Keep on one per tank, unless you have a very large aquarium. Provide with structures to perch on (it really likes gorgonians and black corals) and nooks and crannies to hide in. Generally very easy to care for.
Recommended Tank size: requires a 20 gallon or larger aquarium
Food and diet:Carnivorous, feeds on bottom-dwelling invertebrates and zooplankton.
Reef Compatability: Excellent, but may eat very small shrimps.
Level of Care: Very Easy

$34.99

 Geometric Pygmy Hawk
Plectranthias inermis
Description: This stunning fish went from unknown to the trade to mega popular record time. The one shown is one of the first we encountered, and the only species in its genus available to the trade. If you've found your way here by way of our availability section, we have this fish available now. The perfect reef aquarium fish, it attains a maximum length of only about 2.5", and its very easy to care for.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 20 gallon
Food and diet:Carnivorous, feeds on zooplankton. Feed mysid shrimp and vitamin-enriched brine shrimp preferably twice a day.
Reef Compatability: Excellent reef fish!
Level of Care: Easy


$49.99 

  Pixie Hawk
Cirrhitichthys falco
 
Description: If you like smaller more peaceful hawkfish, this is one of the more desirable species since it is smaller and less of a threat to its tankmates. Most specimens are around 1"-2". This species has spots that form bars on the side of the body and lines on the underside of the head.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 10 gallon
Food and diet:Carnivorous, feeds on bottom-dwelling invertebrates and zooplankton. Provide a varied diet that includes preparations for carnivore.
Reef Compatability: Excellent reef fish!
Level of Care: Very Easy

 $15.99

   Freckled Hawk
Paracirrhites forsteri
 
Description: This larger species is very hardy and and excellent choice for an aggressive community setting. This is bold and predatory species. Do not keep it with fish equal to, or smaller than its own length, because it will swallow them. Larger specimens make great great showpieces in a large, bold comminity aquarium. Keep only one per tank unless you have a very large aquarium. Provide with structures to perch on and nooks and crannies to hide in.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 55 gallon
Food and diet:Carnivorous, feeds on bottom-dwelling invertebrates and zooplankton. Provide a varied diet including preparations for carnivores
Reef Compatability: Completely safe with all corals, clams, etc., but will eat ornamental crustaceans and small fish.
Level of Care: Very Easy
Small $29.99 - Medium $44.99
Large $74.99 XLarge $99.99

Arceye Hawk
Paracirrhites arcuatus
 
Description: The Arceye Hawkfish is orangish-pink with a white line down the body and a bright orange ring, with a bluish border around the back of the eye. This species is an excellent choice for an aggressive community setting. This species is bold and predatory. Do not keep it with fish equal to, or smaller than its own length, because it can (and will) swallow them. Keep only one per tank unless you have a very large aquarium. Provide with structures to perch on and nooks and crannies to hide in.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 20 gallon
Food and diet:Carnivorous, feeds on bottom-dwelling invertebrates and zooplankton. Provide a varied diet including preparations for carnivores
Reef Compatability: Completely safe with all corals, clams, etc., but will eat ornamental crustaceans and small fish.
Level of Care: Very Easy

 $29.99

 Spotted Hawk
Cirrhitichthys oxycephalus
 
Description: This is one of several Hawkfishes sold as “Spotted Hawkfishes.” When ordering a "Spotted Hawkfish", this, or other very similar looking species may be shipped. This is the hawkfish species most often sold as “Spotted Hawkfish.” It is white overall with red blotches on the body and head. This is a very hardy aquarium fish, but its tankmates should be chosen carefully, as the Spotted Hawkfish can be aggressive towards other small fish, and thus should not be housed with smaller, less aggressive species such as gobies, firefishes, very small fairy wrasses, etc. Keep one per tank, unless you have a very large aquarium. Provide with structures to perch on and nooks and crannies to hide in.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 20 gallon
Food and diet:Carnivorous, feeds on bottom-dwelling invertebrates and zooplankton. Provide a varied diet that includes preparations for carnivores.
Reef Compatability: Excellent reef fish!
Level of Care: Very Easy

$15.99

 Real - Real Cute!!
Porcupine Puffers
Diodon holocanthus
Description: This fish is loved because of its whimsical appearance and is an overall great aquarium fish. Like any curious type fish, they may pick on inactive species, such as scorpionfishes and frogfishes. You can keep more than one of these fish in the same tank. They may spend much of the day hiding or resting on the bottom when first added to the tank. This fish is best known for its inflation behavior – an antipredation defense response they exhibit when threatened. Although it is an interesting thing to observe, do not encourage your puffer to inflate. Again, this is a defense thing, not something you want to see regularly. These fish quickly learn to associate their keeper with food..
Recommended Tank size: minimum 55 gallon
Food and diet:Carnivore, provide a varied diet that includes frozen preparations for carnivores.
Reef Compatability: Not well-suited to the reef aquarium as it is likely to eat many types of sessile invertebrates.
Level of Care: Easy

Small $19.99 Medium $24.99
Large $49.99 XLarge $74.99

  Fiji Puffer
Canthigaster epilamprus
Description: This is one of the most readily available members of the genus. This species and a few similar species are sold in the trade as "Spotted Puffer". When ordering a "Spotted" type puffer (from anyone), keep in mind this species or a few other very similar looking species may be shipped. They make great aquarium fish, they have lots of personality and are very easy to maintain. Keep only one per tank. Great choice for a fish only aquarium.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 30 gallon
Food and diet:Carnivore, provide a varied diet that includes frozen preparations for carnivores.
Reef Compatability: While it can be kept with large anemones, it is not well-suited to the reef aquarium as it is likely to eat many types of sessile invertebrates.
Level of Care: Easy

$27.99 (2-3")

 Stars and Stripes Puffer
Arothron hispidus
Description: Stars and Stripe Puffers are generally not too aggressive. It can be kept with other members of the genus, but keep only one individual cStars and Stripe Puffer, even in a larger tank. It is a rather shy fish when first added to the aquarium, therefore, you will need to provide plenty of hiding places. Once it is fully adjusted to the aquarium it is a bold hardy fish that can do great in a large tank with moderately bold fishes such as triggers, groupers and larger wrasse.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 55 gallon
Food and diet:Carnivore, provide a varied diet that includes frozen preparations for carnivores.
Reef Compatability: It is not well-suited to the reef aquarium as it is likely to eat many types of sessile invertebrates.
Level of Care: Once it is fully adjusted to the aquarium it is a hardy fish that can do great in a large tank with bold fishes such as triggers, groupers and larger wrasse.

$109.00


Map Puffer
Arothron mappa
Description: The map puffer is not often available. Once adjusted to aquarium life, the Map Puffer does great, but it is slower to adapt than other members of the genus. This puffer is typically not aggressive. When first introduced into the aquarium this is a shy species, requiring a shelter or hiding place. Do not keep this fish in smaller tanks, it does not like confined spaces and will never adapt in such a situation.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 90 gallon
Food and diet:Carnivore, provide a varied diet that includes frozen preparations for carnivores.
Reef Compatability: It is not well-suited to the reef aquarium as it is likely to eat many types of sessile invertebrates.
Level of Care: Moderate - Once it is fully adjusted to the aquarium it is a hardy fish, but it takes some time to get adjusted. It can do great in a large tank with fishes such as triggers, groupers and larger wrasse.
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

$429.00

  Golden Puffer Ultra Gold
Arothron nigropunctatus
Description: The Golden Puffer is the most sought after member of the puffer group. This puffer is well suited for the home aquarium because it does not grow as large as some of the other Arothron puffers. A social species, it is generally not aggressive, and can be kept with other members of the genus and more than one individual can even be kept in a larger tank. It is a rather shy fish when first added to the aquarium, therefore, you will need to provide an appropriate crevice or cave for it to hide in. With time, it will spend more time in the open. Do not keep this fish in smaller tanks, it does not like confined spaces and will never adapt in such a situation.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 90 gallon
Food and diet:Carnivore, provide a varied diet that includes frozen preparations for carnivores.
Reef Compatability: It is not well-suited to the reef aquarium as it is likely to eat many types of sessile invertebrates.
Level of Care: Once it is fully adjusted to the aquarium it is a hardy fish that can do great in a large tank with bold fishes such as triggers, groupers and larger wrasse.

$399.00 all sizes

Masked Panda Puffer, Red Sea
Arothron diadematus
Description: This fish is seldom available, and jump on them if available. Very similar to the Dogface Puffer, Arothron nigropunctatus, it is generally a mild mannered puffer. When first introduced into the aquarium this is a shy species, requiring a large tank with plenty of shelter, and tankmates that aren't too boisterous, at least initially.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 90 gallon
Food and diet:Carnivore, provide a varied diet that includes frozen preparations for carnivores.
Reef Compatability: It is not well-suited to the reef aquarium as it is likely to eat many types of sessile invertebrates.
Level of Care: Once it is fully adjusted to the aquarium it is a hardy fish that can do great in a large tank with bold fishes such as triggers, groupers and larger wrasse.

$249.00

  Guinea Fowl Puffer
Arothron meleagris
Description: This species is highly sought after, not regularly available and they and sell very quickly, so be sure to grab them fast when available! When first introduced into the aquarium this can be a somewhat shy species, requiring a large tank with plenty of shelter and tankmates that aren't too aggressive. Do not keep this fish in smaller tanks, it does not like confined spaces and will never adapt in such a situation.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 90 gallon
Food and diet:Carnivore, provide a varied diet that includes frozen preparations for carnivores.
Reef Compatability: It is not well-suited to the reef aquarium as it is likely to eat many types of sessile invertebrates.
Level of Care: Once it is fully adjusted to the aquarium it is a hardy fish that can do great in a large tank with bold fishes such as triggers, groupers and larger wrasse.

Medium and Large $199.00
XLarge $299.00 Show $399.00

 Bursa Trigger
Rhinecanthus verrucosus
Description: Young fish are mild-mannered and usually behave themselves. But as they get larger they will become more belligerent. Typically not quite as aggressive as other members of the genus. They can be kept with fish equal in size or larger. Keep one of these fish per tank, although it can be housed with other triggers. An ideal aquarium fish if housed with appropriate tankmates.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 20 gallon
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of meaty foods. Also include frozen preparations for herbivores. Feed young individuals several times a day.
Reef Compatability: Not suitable for a reef aquarium as it feeds on a wide-range of invertebrates.
Level of Care: Easy

Small $19.99 Medium $29.99

 Niger Trigger
Odonus niger
Description: Like many triggers, this species can be quite shy when first placed in the tank, but usually becomes very bold over time. One of the least aggressive of the triggers, most individuals can be kept housed in a community aquarium with similarly-sized fishes. You should add your niger trigger to the tank after the more passive species have settled in. Provide this fish with suitable hiding places, like a piece of branching or foliose coral or a chunk of live rock with an appropriate-sized hole for it to retreat into if threatened.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 20 gallon
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of meaty foods. Also include frozen preparations for herbivores. Feed young individuals several times a day.
Reef Compatability: Not suitable for a reef aquarium as it feeds on a wide-range of invertebrates.
Level of Care: Easy

Small $25.99 Medium $39.99 Large $79.99 


 Red Sea Assasi Trigger
Rhinecanthus assasi
Description: This Red Sea trigger fish shows up on occassion. Young fish are mild-mannered and usually behave themselves. But as they get larger they may become more belligerent. They can be kept with fish equal in size or larger. Keep one of these fish per tank, although it can be housed with other triggers. An ideal aquarium fish if housed with appropriate tankmates.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 20 gallon
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of meaty foods. Also include frozen preparations for herbivores. Feed young individuals several times a day.
Reef Compatability: Not suitable for a reef aquarium as it feeds on a wide-range of invertebrates.
Level of Care: Easy


Small $119.99 Medium $149.99 Large $189.99

 Huma Huma Trigger
Rhinecanthus aculeatus
Description: This is a very attractive trigger fish. Young fish are mild-mannered and usually behave themselves. But like most triggers, as they get larger they may become more belligerent. They can be kept with fish equal in size or larger. Keep one of these fish per tank, although it can be housed with other triggers. It may also rearrange the aquarium décor. Despite these traits, it is one of the most popular of all aquarium fishes!
Recommended Tank size: minimum 20 gallon
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of meaty foods. Also include frozen preparations for herbivores. Feed young individuals several times a day.
Reef Compatability: Not suitable for a reef aquarium as it feeds on a wide-range of invertebrates.
Level of Care: Easy

Small $25.99 Medium $34.99 Large $69.99 

Male Blue Jaw Trigger
Xanthicthys auromarginatus
Description: A Beautiful triggerfish and one of the less aggressive members of the family. This trigger rarely bothers its tankmates. It can be kept with moderately-aggressive tankmates and can even be kept in groups (one male and one or more females) in extra large aquariums. Like many triggers, it is often shy when first added to the aquarium, but becomes bolder as it learns to associate its caretaker with food. Males sport a blue patch on the throat and yellow fin margins, females are lacking these markings. Being a planktivore, it will not harm corals in the reef aquarium. Hawaiian Specimens are superior in quality to the industry standard Philippine specimens.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 20 gallon
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of meaty foods. Also include frozen preparations for herbivores. Feed young individuals several times a day.
Reef Compatability: Members of this genus can be kept in the reef aquarium. Usually ignores shrimps, etc., but larger specimens may eat them.
Level of Care: Easy

Medium $89.99 Large $139.99


 Blue Lined Trigger
Pseudobalistes fuscus
Description: Another gorgeous trigger, they should only be housed with other fish capable of holding their own with bold tankmates. This fish is often shy when initially introduced to the aquarium, but once established will be one of the more outgoing members of your tank. Like the Huma Huma, it is also notorious for rearranging the décor of the aquarium, and makes an interesting saltwater fish that can thrive for years in the aquarium.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 20 gallon
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of meaty foods. Also include frozen preparations for herbivores. Feed young individuals several times a day.
Reef Compatability: Not suitable for a reef aquarium as it feeds on a wide-range of invertebrates.
Level of Care: Easy
small $69.99 Medium $79.99
Med/Large $109.99 Large $149.99

Clown Trigger
Balistoides conspicillum

Description:One of the most popular of all aquarium fish! This is a gorgeous triggerfish that like many of its cousins has a variable personality. Although some individuals will ignore similar-sized tankmates, others will behave aggressively towards them. If you want to house them with other fish, select equally sized, or preferably larger, equally aggressive tankmates. Also, place them in a large tank with lots of hiding places. Do not keep more than one clown triggerfish per aquarium.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 20 gallon
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of meaty foods. Also include frozen preparations for herbivores. Feed young individuals several times a day.
Reef Compatability: Not suitable for a reef aquarium as it feeds on a wide-range of invertebrates.
Level of Care: Easy

Small $89.99 Medium $109.99 Large $179.99 
XLarge $279.99 Show $499.99

Clown Grouper
Pogonoperca punctata
Description: The Clown Grouper is a hardy aquarium fish that makes an interesting display animal. Juveniles have several large white circles on their belly that are filled with smaller white spots, and yellowish-tan saddles on the back with white spots. As it grows it develops black saddles on its back and small white spots all over its body and head. Although young specimens can be quite secretive, with time they will become bolder and spend more time in the open. The Clwon Grouper will eat any fish or crustacean that it can swallow whole, so be sure to not keep it with anything too small.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 75 gallon
Food and diet:carnivorous, feed a varied diet of meaty foods
Reef Compatability: Excellent, but will eat shrimps and fish its own size or smaller.
Level of Care: Easy

Medium $89.99 Large $119.99


 Miniatus Grouper
Cephalopholis miniata
Description: Bright red with iridescent blue spots on the body and head. Juveniles may lack spots or have fewer, larger spots. Like its cousins, the miniatus is a durable species that will thrive in captivity. Although it can be shy when initially introduced to the aquarium, with time it will spend more time in the open, becoming quite bold in time. Only one Miniatus grouper should be kept per aquarium, as they are prone to fight with one another. It will eat any fish that they can swallow whole and behave aggressively towards tankmates that intrude into its preferred hiding places. It will also eat ornamental shrimps and crabs.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 75 gallon
Food and diet:carnivorous, feed a varied diet of meaty foods
Reef Compatability: Safe with corals but will eat ornamental shrimps and crabs and any fish it can swallow.
Level of Care: Easy
small $54.99 Medium $74.99 Large $99.99

Panther Grouper
Cromileptes altivelis
 
Description: A very popular grouper and saltwater aquarium fish, this is perhaps one of the easiest to care for of all available marine aquarium fish. A fast growing fish that needs plenty of food. Large specimens are commonly used to cycle new aquariums. This grouper is rarely aggressive, definitely more passive than most groupers and will ignore its fish tankmates, unless they are small enough to swallow whole.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 100 gallon
Food and diet:carnivorous, feed a varied diet of meaty foods
Reef Compatability: Safe with corals but will eat ornamental shrimps and crabs and any fish it can swallow.
Level of Care: Easy

small $27.99 Medium $34.99

Comet Marine Betta
Calloplesiops altivelis

Description: This exotic fish is chocolate brown to black with white spots on the head and body. When initially introduced into the aquarium it is very shy. With time and conditioning, it will spend more time in view and some specimens will even beg for food when you approach the aquarium. Keep in a tank with numerous nooks and crannies for it to hide in. Only one per tank, unless aquarium is very large.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 30 gallon
Food and diet:carnivorous, feed a varied diet of meaty foods
Reef Compatability: Safe with corals but will eat ornamental shrimps and crabs and any fish it can swallow.
Level of Care: Moderate

(3-4") $54.99

Louti Cherry Grouper
Variola albimarginata

Description: This is a great looking fish. Although it can be shy when initially introduced to the aquarium, with time it will spend more time in the open, becoming quite bold. Only one Louti Cherry Grouper should be kept per aquarium. Like all groupers, it will eat any fish that they can swallow whole and behave aggressively towards tankmates that intrude into its preferred hiding places. It will also eat ornamental shrimps and crabs. Extremely easy to care for.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 75 gallon
Food and diet:carnivorous, feed a varied diet of meaty foods
Reef Compatability: Safe with corals but will eat ornamental shrimps and crabs and any fish it can swallow.
Level of Care: Easy

small $34.99 Medium $44.99 Large $59.99

Saddleback Grouper
Plectropomus laevis

Description: A very rare grouper that has just showed up the last few years in the aquarium trade. It is a fast growing fish that needs plenty of food.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 100 gallon
Food and diet:carnivorous, feed a varied diet of meaty foods
Reef Compatability: Safe with corals but will eat ornamental shrimps and crabs and any fish it can swallow.
Level of Care: Easy

Medium $79.99 Large $109.99

   Colored Angler Fish

The Colored Anglers can range in color from yellow, to green, to reds and orange, to jet black. They require large amounts of live rock in a 30 gallon or larger aquarium. An angler may eat any small inhabitant of the tank (crustacean or fish) that is lured into its mouth with the use of an esca (modified first dorsal spine) that looks like a small, tasty fish. It will accept most meaty meals including feeder fish and shrimp.
Yellow Angler Pricing

Small 79.99
 Med 119.99 Large 199..99

Orange/Red Angler Pricing

Small 159.99
 Med 229.99 Large 399..99

Black Anglers Pricing

Small $39.99
 Med $69.99 Large $119.99

 Blue line Grouper
Cepholopholis formosa

Description: The Blue Line Grouper, also known as the Boenacki Grouper or Blue-lined Hind, is light red with multiple vertical blue lines. The fins are highlighted with dark blue. A 100 gallon or larger aquarium is required due to its size and feeding habits. It is an extremely aggressive fish and may eat its tank mates as well as crustaceans.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 55 gallon
Food and diet:carnivorous, feed a varied diet of meaty foods
Reef Compatability: Safe with corals but will eat ornamental shrimps and crabs and any fish it can swallow.
Level of Care: Easy

Medium $59.99 Large $89.99

 Polleni Grouper
Cepholopholis polleni,

Description: One of the rareest of groupers, of late we have been lucky enough to acquire a few. Found on deep reef walls and being particularly evasive makes this grouper rarely seen in the trade as well as expensive. This grouper will dart into hiding at the first sign of a divers approach, but it becomes as bold as any grouper in the aquarium. Like all groupers, the polleni had a voracious appretite and is easy to maintain.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 55 gallon
Food and diet:carnivorous, feed a varied diet of meaty foods
Reef Compatability: Safe with corals but will eat ornamental shrimps and crabs and any fish it can swallow.
Level of Care: Easy

(5-8") $499.00

  Candy Hog Fish
Bodianus bimaculatus


Description: The Candy Hogfish, is a perfect reef aquarium fish, the average size is only about 2", maximum size in nature is only about 4". Virtually unknown to trade until the late 90's, the Candy Hog has become a tremendously polular reef aquarium fish. Bright yellow, with faint red horizontal stripes and a black spot behind the eye and by the tail. A very peaceful fish that adjusts quickly to aquarium life. If more than one Candy Hogfish is going to be added to the tank, it is very important to do this simultaneously as they will be slightly territorial among themselves.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 55 gallon
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh shrimp, and a good flake food. Try to feed at least twice a day.s
Reef Compatability: May eat very small shrimps, etc, but it is otherwise reef safe.
Level of Care: Moderate

$59.99

  Cuban Hog Fish
Bodianus pulchellus


Description: The Cuban Hogfish is a beautiful and hardy aquarium fish. Provide larger specimens with plenty of swimming room. They are best housed with moderately bold fishes or with larger, peaceful species,
Recommended Tank size: minimum 75 gallon
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of meaty foods. Include frozen preparations for carnivores and fresh seafoods.
Reef Compatability: Not recommended
Level of Care: Moderate

small $59.99 Medium $69.99

  Spanish Hog Fish
Bodianus rufus


Description: A very hardy fish, provide it with a large tank and plenty of open swimming space. It is a voracious feeder whose preferred cuisine includes a wide range of invertebrates. Do not keep with very small or docile fishes, as the Spanish Hogfish will definitely bully them.Keep with moderately aggressive tankmates or, if you want to keep it with more docile species, make sure the docile specimens are the larger.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 75 gallon
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of meaty foods. Include frozen preparations for carnivores and fresh seafoods.
Reef Compatability: Not recommended. Smaller individuals usually do not cause many problems in the reef aquarium, but as they grow they are a potential threat to snails, worms, ornamental crustaceans, and possibly corals.
Level of Care: Moderate

small $39.99 Medium $49.99 large $59.99

  Coral Hog Fish
Bodianus mesothorax


Description: The Coral Hogfish acclimates well to captivity and is a great community aquarium fish. Highly recommended for the medium to bold community aquarium. Only keep one individual per aquarium.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 55 gallon
Food and diet: Very easy to feed. Feed a varied diet of meaty foods. Include frozen preparations for carnivores and fresh seafoods.
Reef Compatability: Smaller individuals usually do not cause many problems in the reef aquarium, but as they grow they are a potential threat to snails, worms, and ornamental crustaceans.
Level of Care: Moderate

Medium $49.99 large $59.99

REEF SAFE WRASSE'S

 Blue Streak Cleaner Wrasse

Description: The Blue streak Cleaner Wrasse, occurs singly, in pairs, and in groups throughout the reef. Not timid it will swim about taking care of cleaning parasites off of neighborhood fish.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 20 gallon
Food and diet:Microcarnivore. Feed a varied diet that includes a frozen prepared food for carnivores, minced table shrimp, and a good flake food. Feed at least twice a day.
Reef Compatability: Excellent. No threat to corals or ornamental invertebrates. Large individuals may feed on smaller, delicate shrimps. It will aid the reef aquarist in controlling pyramidellid snails and commensal flatworms.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

(11/2-2") $9.99

   Four Line Wrasse
Paracheilinus tetrataenia

Description: Also known as the Twelve Line Wrasse, this hard to find fish is occasionally exported from Hawaii and Micronesia. It is not as pugnacious as some of its relatives, such as the Sixline Wrasse, which is also much more frequently available, but you should still add more passive tankmates to the tank before introducing this wrasse. You can keep more than one in the same tank if the aquarium is large, packed with hiding places and the individuals are introduced simultaneously.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 30 gallon
Food and diet:Microcarnivore. Feed a varied diet that includes a frozen prepared food for carnivores, minced table shrimp, and a good flake food. Feed at least twice a day.
Reef Compatability: Excellent. No threat to corals or ornamental invertebrates. Large individuals may feed on smaller, delicate shrimps. It will aid the reef aquarist in controlling pyramidellid snails and commensal flatworms.
Level of Care: Moderate

(11/2-2") $59.99

 Six Line Wrasse
Pseudocheilinus hexataenia

Description: A popular reef aquarium fish, this species (like other members of genus Pseudocheilinus ) is not a threat to corals or ornamental invertebrates. It will aid the reef aquarist in controlling pyramidellid snails and commensal flatworms. This beautiful little wrasse can be a bold species once it acclimates to its aquarium home. Try to add any peaceful fishes to the tank before introducing this wrasse. You can keep more than one in the same tank if the aquarium is large enough and has hiding places. In this case introduce them simultaneously.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 30 gallon
Food and diet:Microcarnivore. Feed a varied diet that includes a frozen prepared food for carnivores, minced table shrimp, and a good flake food. Feed at least twice a day.
Reef Compatability: Excellent. No threat to corals or ornamental invertebrates. Large individuals may feed on smaller, delicate shrimps. It will aid the reef aquarist in controlling pyramidellid snails and commensal flatworms.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

(11/2-2") $19.99

Australlian Lineatus Fairy Wrasse
(Cirrhilabrus lineatus.)

Unforgettable colors and pattern!
AVAILABILITY NOTE: One of our most popular fish. Call for availability, and get on a waiting list if interested!
Description: Perhaps one of the most beautifulCirrhilabrus, the Lineatus is found only on the Great Barrier Reef to New Caledonia and Loyalty Islands. Found in isolated areas of outer reefs in deep water, collectors work much harder going deeper and searching for this highly desired species. One of the sturdier Cirrhilabrus in the aquarium. They make an ideal, peaceful choice for the reef aquarium. Cirrhilabrus lineatus is collected infrequently, in small quantities. Call for availability, and get on a waiting list if interested!
Recommended Tank size: minimum 55 gallon
Food and diet:Microcarnivore. Feed a varied diet that includes a frozen prepared food for carnivores, minced table shrimp, and a good flake food. Feed at least twice a day.
Reef Compatability: Excellent. No threat to corals or ornamental invertebrates. Large individuals may feed on smaller, delicate shrimps. It will aid the reef aquarist in controlling pyramidellid snails and commensal flatworms.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

(2-3") $249.99

Hawaiian Flame Wrasse
(Cirrhilabrus jordani)

Description: This fish is probably the most popular and least available Cirrhilabrus. Jump on it immediately when available. Call for availability, and get on a waiting list if interested!
Recommended Tank size: minimum 55 gallon
Food and diet: Feed a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh shrimp, and a good flake food. Try to feed at least twice a day.
Reef Compatability: Excellent. No threat to corals or ornamental invertebrates. Large individuals may feed on smaller, delicate shrimps. It will aid the reef aquarist in controlling pyramidellid snails and commensal flatworms.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

$299.99 Super Male , $119.99 Female

 Ruby Head Wrasse
(Cirrhilabrus cyanopleura)
 
Description: The Ruby Head Fairy Wrasse is also known as the Yellow Flanked Fairy Wrasse, Purplehead Parrot Wrasse, or the Blue Sided Fairy Wrasse. This species varies in coloration from a red and blue coloration, to a deep maroon and deep blue coloration. More often than not this species will have a pale underside. Please expect variations in coloration with these fish, as the intensity of coloration and patterns vary with the location in their natural habitat, and their mood.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 30 gallon
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh shrimp, and a good flake food. Try to feed at least twice a day.
Reef Compatability: Excellent. No threat to corals or ornamental invertebrates. Large individuals may feed on smaller, delicate shrimps. It will aid the reef aquarist in controlling pyramidellid snails and commensal flatworms.
Level of Care: Moderate

(2-3") $29.99

  Carpenter Flasher Wrasse
Paracheilinus carpenteri

Hearty and Beautiful, a terrific Reef fish
Description: A beautiful display fish! One of the most popular and best fish for both a community or reef tank. Keep only one male per tank. You can keep many females together and a group of females can be kept with a single male. It is typically not aggressive toward non-related species. Males are most spectacular when they "flash" (display) toward other fishes or their reflections in the aquarium glass.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 10 gallon
Food and diet:Feeds on zooplankton. Feed a varied diet including frozen prepared foods for carnivores and herbivores, minced seafoods.
Reef Compatability: Great Reef fish. This fish is not a threat to ornamental invertebrates.
Level of Care: Moderate

(2-3") $39.99

 Red Margin Fairy Wrasse
(Cirrhilabrus rubrimarginatus)

Description: This striking species can be easily identified by the red borders on the margins of the median fins. Named for the red margin on its tail. Not well known among hobbyists, this is a great looking species that is often overlooked for more common species. All species of Cirrhilabrus are plankton feeders and have no interest in corals, clams, etc. and make ideal, peaceful choices for the reef aquarium. Provide plenty of shelter and swimming space.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 55 gallon
Food and diet: Feed a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh shrimp, and a good flake food. Try to feed at least twice a day.
Reef Compatability: Great Reef fish. This fish is not a threat to ornamental invertebrates.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

(2-3") $89.99

Yellow Fin Fairy Wrasse
(Cirrhilabrus flavidorsalis)
 
Description: This smaller species is an ideal reef fish that was completely unknown to the trade until only a few years ago. So obscure was this species with its limited range in nature, even fairy wrasse fanatics didn't know it's Latin name when first introduced! This fish can be kept in small groups, but be sure to introduce them into your aquarium simultaneously. The Yellow Fin Fairy Wrasse is mostly red and white in coloration with a yellow dorsal fin. The females of this species, like other wrasses in the Cirrhilabrus genus, are mostly pink with a white underside. When courting, the male will display an increased color intensity. These wrasses are always in movement, providing an endless amount of activity for either a saltwater fish only or reef aquarium.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 30 gallon
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh shrimp, and a good flake food. Try to feed at least twice a day.
Reef Compatability: Great Reef fish. This fish is not a threat to ornamental invertebrates.
Level of Care: Moderate

(1-2") $39.99

Scotts Fairy Wrasse

Description: The extremely popular Scotts Fairy Wrasse is a beautiful reef safe fairy wrasse that is a nice addition to any reef or fish only aquarium of 55 gallons or larger.
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh shrimp, and a good flake food. Try to feed at least twice a day.
Reef Compatability: Great Reef fish. This fish is not a threat to ornamental invertebrates.
Level of Care: Moderate

Fiji (21/2-4") $79.99

Laboutie Fairy Wrasse
Cirrhilabrus laboutie

Super males are the nicest of the males,
handpicked for color and brilliance.
AVAILABILITY NOTE:Availability is This is one of our most popular fish. Unfortunately it is infrequently collected, and always in small quantities. Call for availability, and get on a waiting list if interested!
Description:One of the more exotic members of the genus, the Laboutei Fairy Wrasse is only found near the Great Barrier Reef. Exceptionally peaceful, even for a Fairy Wrasse.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 55 gallon
Food and diet: Feed a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh shrimp, and a good flake food. Try to feed at least twice a day.
Reef Compatability: Great Reef fish. This fish is not a threat to ornamental invertebrates.
Level of Care: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

(2-3") $199.99

Possum Wrasse
Wetmorella triocellata

Description: Seldom seen in the aquarium trade, the Possum Wrasse had evaded aquarium collection until only recently. House only with exceptionally peaceful tankmates, the Possum cannot tolerate boisterous tankmates.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 20 gallon
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh shrimp, and a good flake food. Try to feed at least twice a day.
Reef Compatability: Great Reef fish. This fish is not a threat to ornamental invertebrates.
Level of Care: Moderate

(1-2") $44.99

Australlian Scotts Fairy Wrasse
Cirrhilabrus scottorum

Availability Note: Availability is This is one of our most popular fish. Unfortunately it is infrequently collected, and always in small quantities. Call for availability, and get on a waiting list if interested!
Description:
The Australian color variant of Cirrhilabrus scottorum is larger and more impressive than those from other areas. They generally have a brighter orange dorsal fin and belly, and are typically collected at a larger size, and the look is even more impresseve than Scott's originating from any other area! Compared to other locations, very small quantities are collected from Australia, and they are not regularly available.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 55 gallon
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh shrimp, and a good flake food. Try to feed at least twice a day.
Reef Compatability: Great Reef fish. This fish is not a threat to ornamental invertebrates.
Level of Care: Moderate

(3-4") $189.99

Exquisite Fairy Wrasse
Cirrhilabrus exquisitus

Description:Not very common, the Exquisite is an unforgetable colored choice for the reef aquarium.It does best when housed with relatively peaceful fishes. Provide plenty of swimming space.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 30 gallon
Food and diet: Feed a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh shrimp, and a good flake food. Try to feed at least twice a day.
Reef Compatability: Great Reef fish. This fish is not a threat to ornamental invertebrates.
Level of Care: Moderate
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(2-21/2") $69.99

Yellow Streaked Fairy Wrasse
Cirrhilabrus luteovittatus

Description: Also called the Orange Bar Fairy Wrasse, it is only recently found in the aquarium trade, this beautiful fish is now available some of the time. Hardier than most members of the genus, the Orange Bar Fairy Wrasse is a plankton feeder and is an ideal choice for the reef aquarium. Unlike more delicate fairy wrasse, it fares well in reef or fish only aquariums. Peaceful and easy to feed.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 55 gallon
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh shrimp, and a good flake food. Try to feed at least twice a day.
Reef Compatability: Great Reef fish. This fish is not a threat to ornamental invertebrates.
Level of Care: Moderate

(3-4") $129.99

 Leopard Wrasse
Macropharyngodon meleagris

Description: This dramatically colored wrasse is a great reef fish and is often seen cruising all over the tank looking for food. It is harmless to ornamental invertebrates, clams, and coral. It is quite peaceful and should not bother any other fish.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 20 gallon
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh shrimp, and a good flake food. Try to feed at least twice a day.
Reef Compatability: Great Reef fish. This fish is not a threat to ornamental invertebrates.
Level of Care: Moderate
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(11/2-2") $39.99

 Orange - Back Fairy Wrasse
Cirrhilabrus aurantidorsalis

Description:Not very common, The Orange-Back Fairy Wrasse is a very peaceful, active fish that will bring both color and activity to a fish-only or reef aquarium. It originates from the eastern Tomini Bay, Sulawesi, and occurs in small groups on the reef. Unforgettable coloration is present, with a brilliant orange colored back and magenta colored stripe covering the head and extending the entire length of the fish. The male of this species develops a dark red crown marking on the head. Colors may vary depending on the fish's mood. When courting, the male will display increased color intensity.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 55 gallon
Food and diet: Feed a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh shrimp, and a good flake food. Try to feed at least twice a day.
Reef Compatability: Great Reef fish. This fish is not a threat to ornamental invertebrates.
Level of Care: Moderate

(2-21/2") $89.99

Clown Fairy Wrasse
Cirrhilabrus solorensis

Description: Also called the Tri Color Fairy Wrasse, A relatively recent addition to the trade, few reef safe wrasses are more spectacular. This is a wonderful fish for the reef aquarium and it does great in captivity. Peaceful and easy to feed.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 55 gallon
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh shrimp, and a good flake food. Try to feed at least twice a day.
Reef Compatability: Great Reef fish. This fish is not a threat to ornamental invertebrates.
Level of Care: Moderate

(21/2-4") $79.99

NOT SAFE FOR REEF TANK - WRASSE'S

Harlequin Tusk
Lienardella fasciata

Description: A popular and ideal choice for the bold community aquarium. This fish is shy initially but will become bold over time providing it's tank mates aren't too aggressive. Suitable for semi aggressive tanks, Keep with larger angelfishes, boisterous wrasses, tangs, sociable triggers, groupers, puffers, etc. Specimens collected from Australia are more colorful and generally sturdier than those from others areas.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 55 gallon
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh shrimp, and a good flake food. Try to feed at least twice a day.
Reef Compatability: Not recommended. Will not bother corals, will eat snails, etc. Peaceful with most fish.
Level of Care: Moderate
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Small $89.99 Medium $99.99 Large $119.99

Australian Harlequin Tusk
Lienardella fasciata

Description: This is one of our most popular wrasse! Harlequin Tusks collected from Australian are known for their superior color and quality. A popular and ideal choice for the community aquarium, and suitable for passive to moderately aggressive tanks. This fish is shy initially but will become bold over time providing it's tankmates aren't too aggressive. Suitable for semi aggressive tanks. (but remember, no fish can take a beating initially!) Keep with larger angelfishes, boisterous wrasses, tangs, sociable triggers, groupers, puffers, etc.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 55 gallon
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh shrimp, and a good flake food. Try to feed at least twice a day.
Reef Compatability: Not recommended. Will not bother corals, will eat snails, etc. Peaceful with most fish.
Level of Care: Moderate

Medium $149.99 Large $199.99

Lunare Wrasse
Thalassoma lunare


Description: Bold, hardy, colorful and easy to maintain. All members of the genus The Lunare is an excellent aquarium fish that can live many years in any well-maintained aquarium. This is an active fish that requires plenty of swimming space and tankmates that aren't too passive.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 55 gallon
Food and diet:Very easy to feed. Offer a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh table shrimp, and a good flake food.
Reef Compatability: Won't bother corals, but this fish feeds on a wide array of invertebrates, (eats great!) including snails, sand-dwelling bivalves, hermit crabs, crabs, chitons, shrimp, isopods, amphipods and sea urchins. Not recommended for the reef aquarium.
Level of Care: Easy

SMALL $25.99 MEDIUM $34.99 LARGE $59.99

  Red Sea Broomtail Wrasse
Cheilinus lunulatus

Availability Note: Unfortunately it is infrequently collected, and always in small quantities. Call for availability, and get on a waiting list if interested!
Description:Dark green /blue with yellow pectoral fins and orangish spots on the face-- quite spectacular. The common name comes from the tail, which does look like a broom! Warning: These fish have very large mouths and may swallow smaller tankmates. Generally easy to keep.
Recommended Tank: A 150 gallon or larger fish only
Food and diet:Feed a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, fresh shrimp, clam, squid, etc.
Reef Compatability: Not recommended
Level of Care: Easy

Large
$209.99 XLarge $289.99 Show $399.99

  Red Coris Wrasse
coris gaimard

Description:The Adult Red Coris Wrasse varies greatly in coloration from the Juvenile Red Coris Wrasse, which is red with white saddles. This fish requires a sand bed of 3 to 4 inches for it to bury in. This fish is a very delicate shipper and should not be considered by apprehensive hobbyists. If you're nervous about mail ordering fish, buy this one locally, or better still; avoid it altogether! There are many other wrasses that do well. Juveniles of this species have a high metabolism and are very difficult to maintain. Be sure they get enough to eat by feeding them at least three times daily and don't keep them with boisterous fishes or fishes that to that feed too boldly.
Recommended Tank: A75 gallon or larger fish only
Food and diet:Requires frequent feeding. Offer a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh table shrimp, and a good flake food. Feed at least twice a day.such substrates. They should not be kept with invertebrates.
Reef Compatability: Won't bother corals, but this fish feeds on a wide array of invertebrates, (eats great!) including snails, sand-dwelling bivalves, hermit crabs, crabs, chitons, shrimp, isopods, amphipods and sea urchins. Not recommended for the reef aquarium.
Level of Care: Difficult
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MED
$74.99 LRG $99.99

  Red Coris Wrasse Juvenile
Coris frerei formerly C. formosa

Description:The juveniles of this species are red with white saddles. The Adult Red Coris Wrasse is very different in color. Provide a sand bed of 3 to 4 inches for it to bury in. Young individuals are usually fairly passive towards other fishes. Multiple juveniles can be housed together, but may fight as they become larger. This fish is a very delicate shipper and should not be considered by apprehensive hobbyists. If you're nervous about mail ordering fish, buy this one locally, or better still; avoid it altogether! There are many other wrasses that do well. Juveniles of this species have a high metabolism and are very difficult to maintain. Be sure they get enough to eat by feeding them at least three times daily and don't keep them with boisterous fishes or fishes that to that feed too boldly.
Recommended Tank size: minimum 55 gallon
Food and diet:Requires frequent feeding. Offer a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh table shrimp, and a good flake food. Feed at least twice a day.such substrates. They should not be kept with invertebrates.
Reef Compatability: Won't bother corals, but this fish feeds on a wide array of invertebrates, (eats great!) including snails, sand-dwelling bivalves, hermit crabs, crabs, chitons, shrimp, isopods, amphipods and sea urchins. Not recommended for the reef aquarium.
Level of Care: Difficult
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$27.99

 Lime Green Wrasse
Cheilinus lunulatus

Description:Bold, hardy, colorful and easy to maintain. This is an active fish that requires plenty of swimming space and tankmates that aren't too passive. An excellent fish for the community "fish tank", this wrasse should not be kept in reef tanks, but of course it will do great with live rock. Exceptionally hardy, can live many years in a well - maintained aquarium. The larger the specimen gets, the more attractive it becomes, becoming more lime green with size.
Recommended Tank: A 55 gallon or larger fish only
Food and diet:Very easy to feed. Offer a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh table shrimp, and a good flake food.
Reef Compatability: Not recommended
Level of Care: Easy

MED $89.99 LRG $129.99



  Red Sea Klunzinger's Wrasse
Thalassoma klunzingeri

Description:Unfortunately, it is seldom around, but if your looking for one, give us a call. Bold, hardy, colorful and easy to maintain, this is an outstanding aquarium fish! This is an active fish that requires plenty of swimming space and tankmates that aren't too passive. An excellent fish for the community "fish tank", this wrasse should not be kept in reef tanks, but of course it will do great with live rock. Exceptionally hardy, can live many years in a well - maintained aquarium.
Recommended Tank: A 55 gallon or larger fish only
Food and diet:Easy to feed. Offer a varied diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh table shrimp, and a good flake food
Reef Compatability: Won't bother corals, but this fish feeds on a wide array of invertebrates, (eats great!) including snails, sand-dwelling bivalves, hermit crabs, crabs, chitons, shrimp, isopods, amphipods and sea urchins. Not recommended for the reef aquarium.
Level of Care: Easy

(4-6") $119.99

 EELS

Tessalata Eel
Gymnothorax favagineus

Description:This is one of the most attractive of all the morays. As a juvenile, the spots form a lattice pattern. In adults, the spots become smaller, so more of the white background is showing. Although lovely, it gets large (so house it accordingly) and it is very predatory, feeding on any fish it can swallow. Do not underestimate its ability to ingest fish tankmates, some of which may look to large for it to swallow! It is also a eel predator and will make short work of morays that are smaller than it is. It will jump out of open aquariums and may even knock off glass tops at night when it moves about the aquarium.
Recommended Tank: A 55 gallon or larger fish only
Food and diet:Carnivorous, feed a variety of foods including pieces of marine fish flesh and shrimp. Readily accepts most meaty foods.
Reef Compatability: Will eat crustaceans and small fishes, has no intertest in corals.
Level of Care: Easy

Large $199.99 XLarge $249.99



Zebra Moray Eel
Gymnomuraena zebra

Description:The Zebra Moray is one of the most docile eels available, making it ideal foe a peaceful community tank. These eels rarely bother even the smallest fish. They feed on crustaceans, not fish. They are quite shy initially; a situation not uncommon to many eels. Like most morays, this eel will spend much of its time with its head protruding from under a rock or from a crevice during the day. However, in time it will become more brazen and move about in the open more when the aquarium is illuminated. Provide with plenty of hiding places.
Recommended Tank: A 55 gallon or larger fish only
Food and diet:Carnivorous, feeds on crustaceans – live food may be required to initiate feeding, very easy to mainain once established.
Reef Compatability: Will eat small crusteceans, but no harm to even small fish.
Level of Care: Easy

Large $99.99 XLarge $149.99

 Snowflake Eels
Echidna nebulosa

Description:One of the most popular morays in the aquarium trade. It readily accepts most foods, stays relatively small and is less of a threat to its fish tankmates than many other morays. It may pester some fish when food is added to the water. Like most morays, this eel will spend much of its time with its head protruding from under a rock or from a crevice during the day. However, in time it will become more brazen and move about in the open more when the aquarium is illuminated. Provide with plenty of hiding places.
Recommended Tank: A 20 gallon or larger fish only
Food and diet:Carnivorous, feeding on live crustaceans – live food may be required to initiate feeding, very easy to mainain once established.
Reef Compatability: Will eat crustaceans and small fishes. May topple corals that are not firmly placed.
Level of Care: Easy

Small $29.99 Medium $39.99

Golden Dwarf Moray Eel
Gymnothorax melatremus

Availability Note: One of our most popular fish. Call for availability, and get on a waiting list if interested!
Description:
The smallest in the genus, Gymnothorax melatremus grows to only about 12". Although it is found throughout the Indo-Pacific, it is rarely seen because of its reclusive nature and small size. The color of this eel is generally a dirty yellow color with speckling on the body with blue eyes. They are not bright yellow like the photo, which is a freak specimen- (not gonna happen). Nonetheless, these eels are extremely popular, nearly to impossible to get, and everybody wants one. ACT IMMEIDATELY and SHIP ON MONDAY when in stock! In captivity they are seldom aggressive, and odds as it sounds, they're popular in reef tanks with small fish such as Cirrhilabrus sp. fairy wrasses. Generally accepting frozen food, we have never had to offer live food to these eels. Their typical size is around 7"-10", about the diameter of a pen.
Recommended Tank: A 55 gallon or larger fish only
Food and diet:Carnivorous, feed a variety of foods including pieces of marine fish flesh and shrimp. Readily accepts most meaty foods.
Reef Compatability: Excellent for the reef aquarium, but likely to eat ornamental shrimp
Level of Care: Easy

(6-9") $399.99



Chainlink Moray Eel
Echidna catenata

Description: This species can be kept with fishes that are to large to swallow (it is less likely to eat fish tankmates than many other morays). Some individuals will snap at other fish in the tank when food is present. Provide with plenty of hiding places.
Recommended Tank: A 55 gallon or larger fish only
Food and diet:Carnivorous, feeds on crustaceans – live food may be required to initiate feeding, very easy to mainain once established.
Reef Compatability: Will eat small crusteceans, but no harm to even small fish.
Level of Care: Easy

Small $29.99 Medium $39.99 Large $99.99

 Japanese Dragon Moray
Enchelycore pardalis

Availability Note: Difficult to obtain. Call for availability, and get on a waiting list if interested!
Description
:The "Holy Grail" of the morays, the spectacular Japanese form of this species is almost never seen in the trade. It is noted for its intense color, with "more orange" on the chest. Carnivorous, may require live food to initiate feeding. May accept pieces of fresh shrimp impaled on a feeding stick. Known to engage in some long periods of fasting, for months at a time, without harm.
Recommended Tank: A 55 gallon or larger fish only
Food and diet:Carnivorous, feeding on live crustaceans – live food may be required to initiate feeding, very easy to mainain once established.
Reef Compatability: Will eat crustaceans and small fishes. May topple corals that are not firmly placed.
Level of Care: Easy

(12-18") $1299.00

 SHARKS

 Bamboo Cat Shark


Description:As sharks go, this is among the most ideally suited to captivity. Most specimens are in the 7"-11" range and it grows to about 40 inches in the wild, making it one of the smallest sharks available. A bottom dwelling species, this shark can do well under the care of the experienced shark keeper. Like all sharks, they should be kept by experts only. They should never be exposed to copper and it requires outstanding water quality and proper tankmates. they should never be exposed to copper and it requires outstanding water quality and proper tankmates. While it's common for hobbyists to what to keep sharks with bold fishes such as fish such as triggers, puffers and large angels, this is a bad ides as these curious type fishes will usually pick on sharks. Feeds on bottom dwelling invertebrates.
Recommended Tank: A 55 gallon or larger fish only
Food and diet:Feeds on bottom dwelling invertebrates. Offer meaty foods including pieces of fresh shrimp, scallop, mysis shrimp, or marine fish flesh. Like most sharks, it may fast for weeks before it begins feeding.
Reef Compatability: Requires a large open sandy bottom. Will eat ornamental crustaceans and small fishes at it grows. Harmless to corals, but may topple them if not attached.
Level of Care: Difficult
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

(6-9") $79.99

  Bamboo Cat Shark Egg


Description:In 2 - 3 months, hatches into a 5 - 6 inch bamboo cat shark.
Recommended Tank: A 55 gallon or larger fish only
Food and diet:Feeds on bottom dwelling invertebrates. Offer meaty foods including pieces of fresh shrimp, scallop, mysis shrimp, or marine fish flesh. Like most sharks, it may fast for weeks before it begins feeding.
Reef Compatability: Requires a large open sandy bottom. Will eat ornamental crustaceans and small fishes at it grows. Harmless to corals, but may topple them if not attached.
Level of Care: Difficult
PLEASE NOTE: **Advanced Aquarist Species, This item is not covered by our 30 day guarantee.

$39.99

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