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Top Reef Safe Fish in Saltwater Aquarium

 


Not all  Saltwater Aquarium fish are 100% reef safe . Many fish will tear up corals, consume fish so reef safe fish and invertebrates are plentiful but obviously care must be taken to choose .  I can find all them in Saltwater Aquarium fish store near me and they are will be a good fit with your corals. 

 Clownfish  
One of the most popular, beautiful, colorful and easy saltwater aquarium fish for beginners  - a puppy version of a fish,  gentle, amusing, colorful little fish are a favorite reef safe fish  . Super hardy and a very frisky personality. 
 
 
Yellow Tang (Yellow Surgeonfish)
The quintessential yellow saltwater aquarium fish, gets along well with other fish in coral tank. Their bright yellow color is very attractive, and good for eating algae   algae in saltwater tanks
They're also easy to find, and relatively inexpensive. 

 
Tangs (Surgeonfish) 
Surgeonfish make great reef tank occupants. Being herbivores, they eat only algae, leaving your invertebrates and corals alone. 


 
Dragonettes and Mandarin 

A great reef tank fish but the most difficult  because specific diet requirements, given an ample supply of amphipods and copepods, these gorgeous fish you can own  can do quite well 

 
Flame Angelfish  

The flame angel fish is reef safe without a doubt, one of the most popular dwarf angelfish in Saltwater Aquarium.   
 It is interesting to look  flame angel fish pick  the difference in colors and markings which change at your coral or clams are likely just underfed  
 


 Gobies
 
Most gobies are great little reef safe fish, not aggressive in nature, they will consume algae, amphipods, and copepods 


 Firefish Goby (Fire Dartfish)
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The firefish goby is a very docile fish, An active fish in the Goby family.  


 Neon Blue Goby

These vibrant blue fish are quite small yet beautiful




 Starry Blenny

 They perch on rocks searching for algae to graze on.



 Blue Green Reef Chromis (Blue Green Damselfish)

A schooling saltwater aquarium fish,  Blue Green Chromis fish are small, but these fun to watch  . Great beginner saltwater aquarium fish choice, they are active, inquisitive and occupy the upper portion of your tank.  It also does not bother corals or other invertebrates.  


 
 Orchid Dottyback

Dottybacks are a wide variety of small, brightly colored saltwater fishes.  

 Known for their vibrant coloration, dottyback fish are vivid additions to any reef or coral tank.



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