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Blacktip Grouper

Blacktip Grouper

This grouper is grey to pinkish with five dusky to red bars on the body. The membrane separating the tips of the dorsal fin spines is black.This fish will grow to about 13 inches.Provide caves and rockwork for this fish to feel at home. Provide a sandy or mildly rocky…

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Blue and Yellow Grouper

Blue and Yellow Grouper

This interesting grouper has a pale blue body with white speckles and brilliant yellow fins and will attain a maximum size of 35 inches.This fish is best suited for the FOWLR system with other aggressive fish. Provide plenty of rockwork and filtration for optimum health.This aggressive carnivore will take shrimp,…

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Blue Line Grouper

Blue Line Grouper

The blue line grouper, also referred to as the bluelined hind and Boenacki grouper, is a bass from the Indo-West Pacific that can prove an outstanding aquarium fish in a suitably large fish-only system. Like most members of the genus, these can be stunning fish with great personalities, although they…

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Blue Spotted Grouper

Blue Spotted Grouper

The blue dot grouper—also known as the peacock hind, argus hind and bluespottted grouper—is a beautiful and hardy, albeit very aggressive, fish from the Indo-Pacific and Hawaii. Properly a sea bass from the family Serranidae, the blue dot grouper feeds primarily on other fishes in the wild, although it will…

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Coney Grouper

Coney Grouper

The Coney Grouper is deep red in color with green spots on its head and body. These fish are very hardy and will do very well in a fish-only aquarium. They should not be kept with fish they can fit in their mouths.Groupers come from a family of fish known…

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Greater Soapfish Grouper

Greater Soapfish Grouper

The Soapfish has pale spots about the size of the pupil or smaller on body and some on dorsal fin.A solitary species inhabiting shallow water on bottoms with eroded limestone or mixed sand and rocks, as well as around reefs. Often found lying motionless against rocks. Secretes copious mucus which…

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Grouper

Grouper

White body with blue spots that turn dark brown/black when aggravated.This fish may eat smaller fish and be aggressive. Best for the FOWLR system.Feed chopped clam, squid, shrimp, krill and frozen carnivore food.Maintain good water quality.

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Leaflip Grouper

Leaflip Grouper

They should not be kept with shrimp or small fish that they will mistake for food. They are great for fish-only tanks.Groupers come from a family of fish known as Sea Bass. These fish have stout bodies with large mouths filled with more than one set of teeth. Groupers use…

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Lyretail Grouper

Lyretail Grouper

Also known as the Cherry Grouper or Louti Skunk Grouper. Very nice looking fish.They should not be kept with shrimp or small fish that they will mistake for food. They are great for fish-only tanks.Groupers come from a family of fish known as Sea Bass. These fish have stout bodies…

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Marine Betta

Marine Betta

The Marine Betta is a beautifully colored fish with large fins, which are a continuation of their body color and give a rounded appearance. These fish are very dark with many white spots covering their body. They also have a "false eye" in the upper rearbody. Marine Bettas are not…

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