Epaulette Shark Tank Mates in a Saltwater Tank

Epaulette Shark Tank Mates in a Saltwater Tank

Epaulette sharks make great tank sharks. While most species of shark don’t do well in home aquariums, the Epaulette shark is well-suited for home aquariums. If you plan to introduce an epaulette shark to your tank, you may be wondering what kind of fish make good tank mates. This article discusses Epaulette sharks and what … Read more

Is Quoyi Parrotfish Reef Safe? What Do They Eat?

Is Quoyi Parrotfish Reef Safe? What Do They Eat?

Quoyi parrotfish are peaceful fish that are beautifully colorful. Their stunning shiny scales give off a rainbow of colors, making them a talking point of any hobbyist’s home tank. They are moderately easy to look after and require a minimum tank size of 180 gallons.  This particular herbivore makes a fantastic addition to any tank, … Read more

Will Marine Betta Eat Cleaner Shrimp in My Saltwater Tank?

Will Marine Betta Eat Cleaner Shrimp in My Saltwater Tank?

If you have a saltwater tank, then Marine Betta fish, a.k.a. Comet, will make a great addition to your fish collection. They’re beautiful with their white spots and unique appearance. They are predators by nature, but they also have an interesting  “eye spot” near their tail which tricks other predators into attacking their tail instead … Read more

Can Longnose Hawkfish and Cleaner Shrimp Live Together in Same Tank?

Can Longnose Hawkfish and Cleaner Shrimp Live Together in Same Tank?

Whether you are new to the world of home aquariums or you are an experienced hobbyist there is one main rule when it comes to the creatures in your tank: only choose creatures that will get on well together. You can curate your ideal tank, full of wonderful colored fish, snails, and other animals but … Read more

Popeye on Emperor Angelfish: Causes and Treatment

Popeye on Emperor Angelfish in a Saltwater Tank: Causes and Treatment

Are you noticing popeye disease on your saltwater fish? This condition is when a fish’s eye protrudes strangely. A few different reasons can cause it. You will want to correct these issues right away, so your fish can stay healthy. Like the Black Moor goldfish, some fish naturally have large protruding eyes which is normal … Read more