Yellow Clown Goby are excellent fish for any salt water fish keeper. They are typically reasonable in prices and are a good hearty fish once past the initial acclimation and quarantining process. These fish show tons of personality and do not tend to be shy fish once they are comfortable in their tank. This makes them a great addition to most tanks.
The tuxedo urchin is often overlooked by many new aquarists. It is not one of the primary mentions for your clean-up crew, nor is it making any great beginner fish list. When you get down to it though if you have a fairly established aquarium, say 9-12 months or more, this is one of the best algae eaters you can add.
The Valentini Puffer fish is an awesome fish to keep. It is fairly easy to care for, but does have some specific compatibility constraints to be aware of. It is also often known as the Saddle Valentini Puffer , Valentini’s Sharpnose Puffer, Valentini Puffer, Saddled Toby, and Black Saddle Puffer fish.