Will a Purple Tang get along with a Sleeper Goby, or a Flame Angel with a Coral Banded Shrimp? Before you buy and put any livestock together in an aquarium, browse this collection of compatibility charts and characteristic profile information to learn about and better understand why marine animals act the way they do towards one another.
A quick reference Saltwater Aquarium Fish Compatibility Chart to help you determine which fish will get along in your aquarium.
From your About Guides Articles Archive, a discussion about the various types or categories of aggressive fish behavior, to help understand why they may act as they do towards one another.
From your About Guides Articles Archive, a discussion about Territory Protection Behavior, one type of aggression that is most common amongst fish, along with tips on what can be done to help reduce the changes of a new fish getting harassed.
The third part in your About Guides series on Fish Compatibility, this article discusses aggression that can stem from food competition, outlining the three basic fish feeding categories, carnivores, herbivores and omnivores, to better understand why fish may act as they do towards one another.
Formulated from their personal opinion and experiences of handling marine animals since 1989, and based on the assumption that the animals are in the best of health when you buy them, Debbie and Stan give their fish and invertebrate care rating levels using a 1 to 4 star rating system.