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Goby Fish

Goby Fish Goby fish, more commonly known as Gobies, will live in holes or burrows that they find or dig out themselves. You will often see the Goby fish swim quickly back into its hole when threatened. Species such as the Dartfish or Dart Goby, will usually be seen...

Catalina Goby

Introduction to the Catalina Goby The Catalina Goby is considered one of the most beautiful gobies and rightly so. Its beautiful bright red body and striking blue mask are stunning. Its stripes and yellow coloration in the tail are the icing on the cake for this...

Sleeper Goby

Introduction to the Sleeper Goby The Sleeper Goby is an excellent cleaner fish that will routinely sift through your substrate and significantly reduce detritus and waste in your tank. Also known as the Golden-headed Sleeper Goby, Blueband Goby, Pennant Glider...

Neon Goby

Introduction to the Neon Goby The Neon Goby is a small goby with distinctive blue lines on its body. These iridescent blue stripes on both the top and bottom of the fish make it a welcome addition to any colorful reef tank. Sadly, these fish only have a life span of...

Damselfish

Damselfish With most Damsels found to have bright colors and never growing above 3.9 inches (19 cm), they make for great additions to smaller reefs. They are hardy little fish that are easy to feed, generally very cohesive with other tank mates and are always easy on...

Yellowtail Blue Damsel

Introduction to the Yellowtail Blue Damsel Chrysiptera parasema, known better by its common name as the YellowTail Blue Damsel is a stunning little fish. It’s very characteristic appearance of a bright blue body and yellow tail makes it hard to miss despite its...

Green Chromis

Introduction to the Green Chromis The Green Chromis, Chromis viridis, is known for it’s Blue-Green color and being a great choice for any marine aquarium. They are a very popular addition to home aquariums as they are easy on the pocket when purchased, passive,...

Garibaldi Fish

Introduction to the Garibaldi Fish The Hypsypops rubicundus or Garibaldi Fish, is known as brightly orange colored fish with a big personality. As a juvenile, the Garibaldi is a beautiful reddish-orange color turning into a bright orange as an adult. It is one of the...

Blue Damselfish

Introduction to the Blue Damselfish The Blue Damselfish, Chrysiptera cyanea is easily one of the most popular fish among saltwater marine hobbyists. These small fish are full of life and can always be spotted as their dazzling blue coloring joins with courageous...

Angelfish

Angelfish Marine Angelfish are exceptional creatures and are a few of the most captivating fish around. They have graceful movement, an exquisite form, and generally exhibit dazzling, vibrant colors. Their bodies are condensed laterally, giving them a flat disc-like...