These Gorgeous Fish Are Perfect For Your Saltwater Aquarium

Posted by Missy aka Tizzy in Nature and Travel On 25th March 2018

Carberryi Anthias says that these are also known as Threadfin Anthias and come from the reefs of the Maldives. They are a purple-ish pink fish with yellow tails and fins. They are absolutely stunning to see in person. This is another species that will require a large tank, so think 70 gallons or more at least. The tank should also be species-specific, so do not plan to have a bunch of other fish in the tank with these beauties. But, let's face it. They are so amazing that you won't want any other fish in there to take away their shine.


Foxface Rabbitfish

This fish is so incredible that it almost looks fake. It almost seems like a Photoshopped picture, but rest assured, this fish is legit. This stunner should be kept in a tank that is 125 gallons or more in order for it to thrive. They are very peaceful except when kept with other rabbitfish. They do well with more aggressive fish because they can sense that they are venomous and will leave them alone.


Blue Green Reef Chromis

This brilliant blue fish would make a perfect addition to your saltwater aquarium. These fish grow to be about four inches in length and need an aquarium that is at least 30 gallons for it to thrive properly. They are a preferred fish for aquarists because they are so easy to take care of. Buying them in groups is preferred for the aesthetic look for the aquarium. Seeing them swim around in schools is truly an amazing sight.

Orange-spine Unicornfish

The Orange-spine Unicornfish is also known as the Blonde Naso Tang. These beauties love a big tank and will swim in schools or as pairs. Juveniles will prefer to swim around in the pebbles and lower rocks. If your tank is rich in coral and live rocks, this baby will be happy as they live off of the algae that grows on them.

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