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Chromis best fishes for those just starting
Like the Damsels, these are some of the best fishes for those just starting out in the marine aquarium hobby.
Eels not your regular fishmate
Eels require large aquariums with efficient filtration systems to deal with the copious amounts of food consumed and waste produced.
Gobies do not confused them with Blennies!
Gobies are mainly bottom dwelling fish and are found in tide pools and shallow waters near coral reefs throughout the world.
African Cichlids: A Colorful Brood
Many African cichlids are easily identified by a combination of patterns and intense hues not typically seen in other freshwater fish. O...
Silver Tip Tetra (Hasemania nana)
Compatible: Tetras, Rasboras, Danios, Dwarf Gouramis, Livebearers, Corydoras, Discus, Angels, Barbs, Rainbowfish, Plecos and small S...
Cherry Barb (Barbus titteya)
Commercially important, cherries and the more colorful barb species were listed as a Lower risk/conservation dependent species in 1996, ...
Breeding Tips
Breeding Betta
Bettas reproduce in a unique and fascinating fashion. The male will blow hundreds of bubbles at the water’s surface and create a floating nest. He then tries to court a female by spreading his fins and putting them on full display; his colors will be in their most intense and impressive state as w[...]

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The Giant Gourami (Osphronemus goramy)
Originating from India it can grow up to 28" (70 cm). Giant gouramis can adapt to a wide range of water conditions from brackish water, to particularly slow-moving areas such as swamps, lakes and large rivers. Capable of breathing moist air, it can survive during dry seasons due to their ability to "climb" out of water and "walk" short distances in search of small ponds where they can remain for long periods, gulping up air at the surfa Read More

Welcome to, a new blog with practical tips and pointers on how to maintain your aquarium, including troubleshooting common problems.

The number of aquarium fish species available nowadays is quite impressive! All of them coming from different places and requiring different tank setups. This can be a daunting task for everyone, especially new comers.

We are looking to attract tropical fish enthusiasts like us from all over the world with one common goal: the desire to spread accurate and valuable information about our favorite aquatic pets.

When visiting us, don’t forget to share your experience by leaving your comments or asking us questions on any of the particular fish you have kept or are looking to keep.

We hope to create in the near future a large and engaged community, where free advice and helpful tips can be found at all levels, ranging from the popular bettafish to the wonderful arowana.