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What is a good saltwater fish for beginners?

37 gallon tank

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((from http://www.aquacon.com/beginnerfish.html ))
Damsel fish
Australian Orangetail Damselfish
Australian Tasmanian Devil
Blue Damselfish
Blue Green Chromis
Black and Gold Chromis
Domino Damselfish
Electric Blue Damselfish
Jewel Damselfish
Neon Velvet Damselfish
Three Stripe Damselfish Basslets, Dottybacks, Pseudochromis
Royal Gramma Basslet
Chalk Basslet
Black Cap Basslet
Tobacco Basslet
Swissguard Basslet
Orchid Dottyback
Neon Dottyback
Magenta Pseudochromis
Bicolor Psudochromis
Diadema Pseudochromis
Blennies, Gobies
Bicolor Blenny
Barnacle Blenny
Bullet Goby
Diamond Watchman Goby
Engineer Goby
Sailfin/Algae Blenny
Green Clown Goby
Midas Blenny
Orange Striped Goby
Orange Firefish Goby Blennies, Gobies
Randall's Goby
Red Lip Algae Blenny
Scissortail Goby
Tiger Watchman Goby
Tank Raised Neon Goby
Tank Raised Gold Stripe Neon Goby
Tank Raised Red Head Goby
Twinspot Goby
Yellow Clown Goby
Pink & Blue Striped Goby
Pink & Blue Watchman
Clownfish
(We recommend Tank raised)
Tank Raised Tomato Clowns
Tank Raised Australian Black Percula's
Tank Raised Gold Band Maroon
Tank Raised White Band Maroon
Tank Raised Ocellaris
Tank Raised True Percula's Cardinal Fish
Tank Raised Bangai Cardinals
Pajama Cardinal
Flame Cardinal Hawk Fish
Flame Hawk
Freckled Hawk
Longnose Hawk
Pixie Hawk
Spotted Hawk Angel Fish
Pygmy Angel
Coral Beauty Angel

Surgeon fish
Yellow Tang
Foxface Lo

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A good saltwater fish for beginners is a Hawkfish, which grows to about 3 inches in length. These fish adapt well to saltwater tanks and like having hiding places in their environment. Other good fish for beginners are basslets, gobies and clownfish.

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Clownfish

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holy cow! kekebobo wow!i would say clown fish

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damsels are always a good way to start. even better are green chromis, because they are not aggressive. check them out at
http://www.nyaquatic.com/servlet/the-38/Chromis-viridis-green-damsel/Detail

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Purple Rhinopias frondosa
http://www.austinaquadome.com/livestock2mf.htm

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