This little beauty is one of the less aggressive members of the genus and is a great choice for a non-aggressive community. Can be housed in groups with a 100+ gal. aquarium.
The Tomato Clownfish is bold, beautiful, and hardy. Should be kept singly or in mated pairs because it can prove to become very belligerent toward tankmates as is matures.
Great addition to a moderately aggressive community with other angelfish and puffers. One of this species per tank is recommended.
Vivid coloration and endearing personality make the Percula Clown an all time aquarium favorite (not to mention a movie star in “Finding Nemo”) Easily adapts to many communities.
This boldly beautiful damselfish is one of the largest and most aggressive of the genus. It should never be housed with other damsels or other small peaceful fish species.
Great choice for smaller tanks and is generally a very durable and hardy. Should be in a non-aggressive community and lives well in groups when introduced simultaneously.
The Garibaldi is the largest fish in the damsel family and can have a lifespan up to 25 years. It can grow to be very aggressive towards tankmates and only one per community is recommended.
This electric blue fish is usually a very safe choice for smaller aquariums. One per tank is recommended unless tank is 100+ gal. as males can become aggressive with age.
A great inexpensive fish for smaller aquariums. PJ’s fare best in small groups. Watch closely as the group will set up a pecking order with the largest being the most dominant.
A very elegant black and white species recently introduced to the aquarium world. Risky to keep in groups as one per tank is recommended.