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Schooling Fish

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Schooling Bannerfish
(Heniochus diphreutes)
Starting at $69.99
…less protruding snout. Schooling Bannerfish are also planktonivores and are reef safe. Members of the Heniochus genera are often called Bannerfish instead of Butterflyfish.The Schooling Bannerfish may reside in a 125 gallon or larger aquarium with other peaceful fish and others of the same species,…
Acares Midget Reef Chromis
(Chromis acares)
Starting at $29.99
Acares Midget Reef Chromis, electrifies marine aquariums with an unexpected flash of color. A school of Acares Midget Reef Chromis will immediately transform any large fish only, or reef aquarium into a noteworthy setup. The hardy Acares Midget Reef Chromis boast ease of care and a peaceful demeanor…
Sammara Squirrelfish
(Neoniphon sammara)
Starting at $29.99
…recommended. As a schooling fish it will do well with others of its own species as long as there is adequate hiding locations and adequate space. It will eat small fishes that it can fit in its mouth, invertebrates such as worms, crustaceans, and serpent stars. It is a nocturnal fish and hides while…
Linespot Flasher Wrasse
(Paracheilinus lineopunctatus)
Starting at $49.99
…Colors may vary depending on the fish's mood, but most adult male Linespot Flasher Wrasse are vivid red in color, with a yellow dorsal fin base color with red filaments, and subtle blue running along the length where the dorsal fin meets the body. These fish are unique in having 4 or 8 red/orange…
Yellow Longnose Butterflyfish
(Forcipiger flavissimus)
Starting at $49.99
The Yellow Longnose Butterflyfish, or Forceps Fish, can be found singly or in schools on reef flats and slopes of the Indo-Pacific region. It has a long snout that resembles a pair of needle nose pliers, for picking food out of crevices and between coral heads. The Longnose Butterflyfish has a…
Pajama Cardinalfish
(Sphaeramia nematoptera)
Starting at $14.99
…camouflage themselves against long spined sea urchins.Like many other schooling fish, the Pajama Cardinalfish will form a strict hierarchy when kept in small groups within the aquarium. However, unlike some social fish, this member of the Apogonidae family does not use aggression to exert dominance…
Celebes Half Beak
(Nomorhamphus liemi)
Starting at $6.99
…lobe.A community aquarium with plants, rocks, caves, and driftwood is well-suited for this fish. A small school should be kept with other peaceful fish of similar size. The tank should be covered since this fish tends to jump.Nomorhamphus liemi breeds in shallow, soft, slightly acidic water. After a…
Red Stop Light Cardinalfish
(Apogonichthys hyalinus)
Starting at $14.99
The Red Stop Light Cardinalfish originates from the reefs of the Indonesia. They are found in large schools among coral heads, which they use for hiding and protection. Their bodies are a beautiful red coloration, and have a large black eye that aids them in detecting predators and finding food.A…
Neon Tetra
(Paracheirodon innesi)
Starting at $1.29
…easy to see why it is one of the most popular freshwater tropical fish. With their iridescent blue bodies and bright red tails, Paracheirodon innesi creates an exciting splash of color in any aquarium, especially when kept in schools of six or more.Native to the clear water streams of South America,…
Otocinclus Catfish
(Otocinclus vestitus)
Starting at $2.09
…algae eater. The diminutive Otocinclus Catfish does a great job keeping aquarium glass and plants free of distracting green. Your aquascape and schooling fish will take center stage when the Otocinclus Catfish turns problem algae into delicious meals using its sucker-type mouth.The Otocinclus is one…
Emerald Eye Rasbora
(Rasbora dorsiocellata)
Starting at $3.79
…elongated body shape with a prominent dorsal fin. The dorsal fin is yellow in coloration with a black dot in the center. They are a peaceful, schooling fish that will add a diversity of form and activity to your community aquarium. The Emerald Eye Rasbora needs a well-established, densely planted…
Silver Apollo Shark
(Luciosoma sp.)
Starting at $12.99
The Silver Apollo Shark is a very active schooling fish that is suitable for the mature community aquarium. This sleek shark is more passive than either Black Sharks, or Red Tail Sharks.Sharks prefer an established planted aquarium with plenty of free-swimming space. A hood on the aquarium is also…
Red Marlboro Discus
(Symphysodon sp.)
Starting at $48.99
…advanced level of care due to its feeding habits and water filtration requirements. Territorial during spawning, this otherwise peaceful fish is among the schooling group, forming a well-defined nuclear family. Becoming slightly territorial when breeding, it is best to breed an established pair, or…
Orange Line Chromis
(Acanthochromis polyacanthus)
Starting at $5.99
…found in schools throughout the reefs of the Indian Ocean. This fish as a juvenile is blue in color with a broken orange line running horizontally from the gill plate to the tail. As the fish matures, it gradually changes color to a brownish appearance with a white tail.It is a very hardy fish found…
Harlequin Rasbora
(Rasbora heteromorpha)
Starting at $1.39
…does best in an established planted aquarium with open areas for swimming. The Harlequin Rasbora should be kept in schools of 8-10 individuals and housed with other small, peaceful fish. The mild nature of the Harlequin Rasbora makes it a great community fish.Rasbora heteromorpha generally spawns on…
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