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Hawaii Fish

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Dragon Wrasse
(Novaculichthys taeniourus)
Starting at $39.99
…be kept with fish that are aggressive or larger than it is, but should be housed with more passive fish as a juvenile, house only one per tank. It should not be placed in a reef aquarium. As the Dragon Wrasse matures it will eat crustaceans, snails, shrimp, starfish, smaller fish, worms, and other…
Flame Fairy Wrasse
(Cirrhilabrus jordani)
Starting at $139.99
…or reef, with a shaded area is recommended. The Flame Wrasse will not bother corals or invertebrates, which makes them the ideal fish for a reef aquarium. These fish do like to jump, so a tight fitting canopy is required.The Flame Fairy Wrasse diet should include vitamin enriched frozen mysis…
Humu Rectangle Triggerfish
(Rhinecanthus rectangulus)
Starting at $69.99
Considered to be Hawaii's state fish, the Humu Rectangle Triggerfish, also known as the Rectangular Triggerfish, Wedge-tailed Trigger, or the V-line Humuhumunukunukuapuaa, has a pearly white face and two blue and black stripes across the eyes. It is also recognized by the black V-pattern outlined in…
Hermit Crab with Anemone
(Dardanus spp.)
Starting at $19.99
…with large amounts of stable rock work and dim light. The Hermit Crab is aggressive and makes a poor candidate for a reef or peaceful fish aquarium. It will eat fish, snails, and worms, but also detritus and some algae. As it grows, it will need larger shells, therefore multiple sizes of gastropod…
Moorish Idol
(Zanclus cornutus)
Starting at $119.99
…is also commonly known in Hawaii as "Kihikihi" which means "curves," "corners," or "zigzags," and refers to its shape and color pattern. It is the only member of the family Zanclidae, and a very close relative of the Tangs or Surgeonfish. One of the most widespread fish, it can be found throughout…
Yellow Tang - Hawaii
(Zebrasoma flavescens)
Starting at $39.99
The Yellow Hawaiian Tang is for many aquarists, the definitive fish of home saltwater aquariums. With its oval-shaped, vibrant yellow body, Zebrasoma flavescens brightens any marine system. The Yellow Hawaiian Tang is an active swimmer that will glide throughout your aquarium in near constant…
Leaf Fish
(Taenianotus triacanthus)
Starting at $49.99
…be passive fish including other Leaf Fish. It has poison glands attached to the dorsal, anal, and pelvic spines.When first introduced into the aquarium, live saltwater feeder shrimp should be used to entice this fish to eat. The Leaf Fish diet consists of live foods such as feeder fish or small…
Fantail Orange Filefish
(Pervagor spilosoma)
Starting at $49.99
…Filefish, also known as the Hawaiian Filefish, Fantail Filefish, or Fantail Orange Filefish Hawaii, is brown and silver with an orange, black, and yellow tail fin.It is rarely aggressive toward other fish except those of its own genus, and is best suited for a 50 gallon or larger aquarium that does…
Strawberry Crab
(Liomera sp.)
Starting at $29.99
The Strawberry Crab, also known as the Red Boxing Crab, originates from the pristine waters of Hawaii. They are bright pink with many small white spots. Their front claws, which they use to feed, are blunt and flat on the inside of the hinge. This design makes it very easy for the crab to pick algae…
Lemon Butterflyfish
(Chaetodon miliaris)
Starting at $39.99
…is a good beginner fish that requires plenty of room to swim in a 70 gallon or larger aquarium containing a peaceful community. It may be kept singly or in pairs if introduced into the aquarium at the same time.Its diet should consist of finely chopped meats such as marine fish, crustacean meat, and…
Spotted Puffer
(Canthigaster jactator)
Starting at $26.99
The Spotted Puffer is also called the White Spotted Sharpnose Puffer, or White Spot Hawaiian Puffer. Members of the Canthigaster genus are called Sharp-nosed Puffers or Tobies. It is a reddish brown with white spots. It lacks pelvic fins, but has learned to use the pectoral fins to move about the…
Saddle Puffer
(Canthigaster coronata)
Starting at $39.99
The Saddle Puffer is also known as the Crowned Puffer, Crowned Toby, and Four Bar Pufferfish. Members of the Canthigaster genus are called Sharp-nosed Puffers or Tobies. The Saddle Puffer is light blue ventrally, and the darker dorsal portion is divided by light blue stripes. It lacks pelvic fins…
Eight Lined Wrasse
(Pseudocheilinus octotaenia)
Starting at $39.99
…Wrasses and best kept singly. If it is to be housed in an aggressive community tank, it should be introduced first. It will do well with larger fish that can defend themselves. It is harmless to corals where it loves to hide, but will eat shrimp, crabs, and other small crustaceans, snails, urchins,…
Potter's Wrasse
(Macropharyngodon geoffroyi)
Starting at $79.99
…and well established live rock and sand is ideal, as these fishes prey upon small invertebrates (copepods and amphipods).The Potters Leopard Wrasse must be housed in an aquarium that has at least a two inch layer of fine sand as these fishes bury themselves in the substrate at night for protection.…
Boxfish
(Ostracion meleagris)
Starting at $69.99
…releases a poisonous substance, called ostracitoxin, from its mucous glands which will kill other fish in the tank very quickly.Very little success has been achieved in breeding these fish in an aquarium. When first introduced, the Boxfish can be fed a diet of live brine shrimp or bloodworms.…
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