Generally considered fish for beginners because most of them are sturdy and easy to maintain. However, with few exceptions, is generally not advisable to have more than one member of each species unless a very large tank where the schools can stay together.

The damselfish Chromis or blue and blue-green chromis are exceptions to the newly confirmed and can be kept in groups if desired. Normally swim together in mass on the reef offering a beautiful spectacle. The males build nests and guard the eggs until they hatch, at which have a tendency to make a small feast. Both species are omnivorous and eat almost anything, alive or not. The black-tailed girl and white-tailed girl is so similar in appearance and behavior to find it hard to distinguish. Both species are almost anemone fish, as they tend to roam among the tentacles of large tropical sea anemones permanently uninhabited. They are very hardy and easy to feed. There are a large number of other attractive species of Dascyllus worth considering. All of them are very easy to feed but often prove quarrelsome. The worst is D. trimaculatus, the three-spot damsel fish, grows too large and should be avoided.

There are two blue damsels and a yellow tail blue worth keeping an aquarium, adding a touch of bright color to it. Some very bright blue fish come from the Philippines, as well as a large number of different species available.

The genus anemone fish Amphiprion contains, on the whole less resistant than the girls but mostly tough enough even for a beginner. Interestingly, the famous clown anemone fish, known for a long time A. Operculum, a colorful fish, is by no means the strongest. In fact one of the few marine fish that has been reproduced on a commercial scale, with a care of eggs by both parents very similar to freshwater cyclical. A. If you buy Ocellaris, you can keep in groups, with or without anemone, but during transport to the new tank should be handled with extreme care. Keep this in mind and everything will be fine.

Anemone fish, since it is one of the best guests of their host, picking bits of food that are too big for him, only to give to your host. The spiny-cheeked anemone fish is a beauty. However, it can grow quite large, up to 15 cm, and is quite tough, nevertheless, unless the dominant fish tank, can be attacked by others with some frequency. Difficult, but worth it. The male is smaller than the female, which often loses its appeal as it grows in developing a white stretch marks, unfortunately sex is not apparent in younger fish.

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