mandarin goby : saltwater aquarium fish are hard to keep – REEF RADIO



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mandarin goby fish in saltwater aquarium is hard to keep. Even if you are saltwater aquarium pro a mandarin goby dragonette fish cannot be placed in a saltwater aquarium that is less than 1 year old. Watch to find out why. If you are new to saltwater aquarium care or have been in it for awhile, subscribe to my channel! Fun and honest saltwater aquarium care. We won’t make you feel uncomfortable like a lot of forums out there. SUBSCRIBE and Thanks for watching!

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Fishkeeping Tips- How To Acclimatise Sensitive Fish



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Maidenhead Aquatics have teamed up with ‘The Blowfish’ to help you explore the many topics involved with day-to-day fishkeeping.

These videos cover a multitude of topics, ranging from those that may appeal more to the beginner, right up to the most advanced subjects of keeping fish. So please make sure you keep checking our Youtube channel to view more videos in our ‘Fishkeeping Tips’ series.

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Keep That Saltwater Fish Safe: Containing What’s Inside Your Saltwater Tank



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As much time and effort saltwater tank hobbyists put into their tank, they often overlook a vital detail of their tank build: fish containment. In this video I discuss 3 containment methods including a very important tip for those of you with a canopy.

How To Keep Your Fish Tank Cool In Hot Weather



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Just some tips for those of you who don’t know. Smaller tanks heat up a lot faster then larger tanks so keep a eye on them.

Top 10 Best Saltwater Aquarium Fish For Beginners



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Top 10 Best Saltwater Aquarium Fish For Beginners
When you hear home aquarium, you will automatically picture your standard fresh water tank full of goldfish and other familiar fish. This is a great start for anyone wanting to get into owning an aquarium, but what about a saltwater aquarium?
Have you hesitated because people have told you that saltwater aquariums are burdensome and more trouble than their worth?
Don’t let the naysayers scare you off the thought of putting together a saltwater aquarium. Yes, maintaining a saltwater aquarium takes a bit more effort because saltwater fish are more sensitive to changes in the water and their environmental surroundings. Plus, you’ll have to pay closer attention to the ph levels to ensure a stable and comfortable environment for all the fish. It should be noted that some species are hardier than others when it comes to changes in the water.

Once you’re up and running with a saltwater aquarium the next obvious question is what are the best saltwater aquarium fish to put in the tank? Everyone has their preferences, but listed below are my favorite types when I was a salt water aquarium fish beginner.
Please note that this list is set in no particular order and is only meant to serve as a general guide to new hobbyists. Remember to always do your due diligence before purchasing your saltwater aquarium fish.
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• 10 Best Saltwater Aquarium Fish For Beginners
o 1. Coral Beauties
o 2. Butterfly Fish
o 3. Watchman Goby
o 4. Tangs
o 5. Talbot’s Damsel
o 6. Firefish
o 7. Chalk Bass
o 8. Wrasses
o 9. Dottyback
o 10. Blennys

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Looking Around at the Local Pet Store



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I’m getting Salty! Saltwater! Brackish and Freshwater Fish room Tour!



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Larry has a great fish room. Truly keeping fish the way he wants too and all types. Freshwater, Saltwater, Brackish and everything in between. Been doing it a long time!

How To Set Up A Saltwater Fish Tank / Aquarium



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Pittsburgh Pet & Reptile Expo Vlog! (I got a snake)



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Easiest Saltwater Fish to Keep | Aquarium Care



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The easiest salt water fish to keep would definitely be fish from the grouper family, the damselfish family, triggers, lionfish, eels. These are the fish that people have been keeping since the beginning of salt water fish keeping, the 1970’s, 1980’s, when people really started to see this as a viable hobby. Only recently have we had a lot of success with some of the more delicate tangs, gobies, clownfish, angelfish, and butterflyfish.

But within those groups there are hardier fish and there are more sensitive fish. Again, if you are a beginner, I would try a nemo clownfish or pakula clownfish, the blue damsel, the bicolor damsel, four-stripe, or three-stripe. You can go with any of the triggers. Just keep in mind some of the triggers are very aggressive. I like Niger triggers and blue throat triggers. Lionfish are great, but they get big and they can eat their smaller tank mates. But, once you get a good one they’re very easy to keep.

Groupers are very, very easy to keep. They have large, thick scales, very resistant to diseases. They’ll eat anything. If you can’t get a grouper to eat, there’s something drastically wrong with your aquarium. Then some of the wrasses, lunare wrasses, six-line wrasses, yellow coris wrasses, those guys are pretty easy to keep.

What I would do is try to get one fish from each family to prevent aggression, because usually fish are more aggressive towards fish of the same family. If a fish looks the same, has the same color, the same body shape, usually they eat the same foods and require the same habitats in nature. So, the fish have a built in aggression towards those fish.

If you go with a hippo tang, a yellow tang, different body shape, different color, usually those fish are very compatible. If you try to go with a purple tang and a yellow tang, same shape fish, they’re going to fight like crazy.

So you can go with one small grouper. Keep in mind they get very large. You want to make sure that the grouper that you go with is going to have a large home eventually. A niger trigger, a small damsel, a lunare wrasse, and a small lionfish, and as these fish grow together they usually recognize their tank mates not as food. I’ve seen lionfish being housed with small fish from the start and they don’t see their tank mates as food. It’s just one of those weird things.

So, mix up the different groups of fish and stick with the groups that I mentioned. Stay away from butterflyfish. Stay away from angelfish and most of the tangs; except for scopas, sailfin, hippos, yellows. A lot of them you should leave to the more dedicated, experienced reef hobbyist.

Keeping Reef Fish – Focus on Clownfish



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This is the latest in my series on keeping reef fish. This episode is dedicated to clownfish; specifically the Ocellaris Clownfish and Pink Skunk Clownfish.

This was filmed with my iPhone 6S and edited on a Macbook Pro using iMovie.

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Keeping Reef Fish – Focus on Invertebrates



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I keep several types of invertebrates in my 180 gallon reef. In this video I highlight some of these amazing creatures.

This was filmed with my iPhone 6S and edited on a Macbook Pro using iMovie.

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Is Fish Keeping Hard?



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Are fish and aquariums hard to keep?

Choose you fish type:

Tropical, Coldwater or saltwater. Tropical and coldwater can be fairly easy, saltwater is for advanced fishkeepers

Choose tank size:

Small aquariums are harder to keep than larger ones.

Choose Fish:

There are many easy to keep fish and there are many hard to keep ones. Ask your local fish shop what the best choice is and also do your research before you buy!

Are fish hard to keep? NO!

Fishkeeping Tips- How To Set Up An Aquarium



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Maidenhead Aquatics have teamed up with ‘The Blowfish’ to help you explore the many topics involved with day-to-day fishkeeping.

These videos cover a multitude of topics, ranging from those that may appeal more to the beginner, right up to the most advanced subjects of keeping fish. So please make sure you keep checking our Youtube channel to view more videos in our ‘Fishkeeping Tips’ series.

For further information please visit

Please note that we cannot answer questions via this site- please call one of our stores for any queries you may have regarding this video or any other aquatic topic. Thank you