List of marine aquarium fish species - Wikipedia

Once you’ve decided, here’s a list of ten of the best freshwater aquarium fish for beginners.
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Our list of saltwater fish covers a wide array of species from marine aquarium fish to exotic species. Each fish guide offers salt water fish information starting with where they are found and their habitat, followed with fish care, behaviors, and compatibility. Fish pictures are provided with each guide to help choose a pet and aid as a fish identification guide.
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I’m just a beginner at this type of thing; I’ve got two tanks but they’re both still stabilizing after their first cycle. The reason I got the aquariums was that I was given some fish by a friend and so had to get an aquarium to put them in–and unfortunately could not wait for tanks to finish cycling before adding the fish. I have some platys and danios in one of them, and a gourami in the other–and some ghost shrimp in both. And, to get to the point, it seems that out of all of them the Gourami is doing the best so I was surprised to not see it in your list here. Is there a reason for that? If you’re looking for a more extensive list of peaceful aquarium fish, check out !
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So you are ready to dive in to the tropical world that is fish keeping? Let me tell you, there is a lot of information out there, and a lot of fish too. If this is your first ever home aquarium, and you have never kept fish before, then this article is going to be the best possible starting point. We have conjured up a list of 13 tropical , that are perfect for both beginners, and advanced fishkeepers alike. Let’s take a look at what constitutes a good ‘freshwater fish for beginners’.A colorful freshwater aquarium fish that are perfect for beginners are Guppies. Although the behaviour and characteristics tend to be the same from fish to fish , Guppies come in a wide range of colours. They are a hardy fish, and they can eat regular fish flakes. However, like many fish on this list, they can also eat frozen (or live) , blood worms, and Daphnia. The fact that Guppies can go over a week without food, shows how hardy they are.Whilst this list is just a small example of the types of fish you can keep at home in a beginner aquarium, we believe that these 13 are perfect for those with little experience, and each tick all the boxes we mentioned before, when looking for tropical freshwater fish.Although they may take a while to settle into their new tank, Cherry Barbs are the perfect freshwater fish for a home aquarium for all of the reasons listed above. They can tolerate big changes in water parameters, they are friendly, they only grow to around 2 inches long and in general, they are an easy fish to take care of. As one of the most endangered species of fish in the wild, the Cherry Barb is still a favourite within the fishkeeping community, thanks to it’s bright, eye catching colours, and it’s entertainment value. They are a very active fish, and once they become accustomed to their new surroundings, they will be very active and fun to watch.If you are looking for ways to brighten up your freshwater aquarium, finding an eye-catching and colorful freshwater fish is easier than you might think, especially when you have a list like the one below to help you out.The Labyrinth species list below includes popular types as well lesser known varieties. Each fish guide has a description of the species, its place of origin, habitats and behaviors, as well as fish care to successful maintain them in an aquarium. Fish pictures are also provided within each fish guide to help with identification, and to aid in choosing the best type of Labyrinth fish for your freshwater tank.