The Good Fish / Bad Fish Tool
for Saltwater Aquariums

Sixline Wrasse

Sixline Wrasse

Orange to violet head and belly; 6 alternating blue and orange stripes. A very shy fish in the wild. Many of these beauties are known to be captured with cyanide, an illegal and destructive practice. Attempts at captive breeding have been unsuccessful. Read More
Clown Triggerfish

Clown Triggerfish

Black with large white spots; yellow/orange mouth; yellow patch on back. Typically sold as juveniles in the 1.5 – 3.5 inch range, the Clown Triggerfish reaches 20″ at adulthood. Many are known to be captured with cyanide, an illegal and destructive... Read More
Humu Picasso Triggerfish

Humu Picasso Triggerfish

Pale green/grey to tan upper body shading to white below; distinct orange streak extending from mouth; dark band at eye; numerous diagonal bands extending from dark patch mid body. Attempts at captive breeding have been unsuccessful. Read More
Niger Triggerfish

Niger Triggerfish

Dark blue to purple body; head typically lighter shade, sometimes appearing green. Can display changing colors and patterns. Highly territorial. Many Niger Triggerfish are captured with cyanide, an illegal practice harming both fish and reefs. Attempts at captive... Read More
Bluestreak Cleaner Wrasse

Bluestreak Cleaner Wrasse

Pale yellow head and lower body, becoming blue near tail; widening black stripe from mouth to tail. Cleaner wrasses are critical to coral reef health. Specialized feeders, most starve to death within weeks of capture. Universal agreement in the aquarium trade that... Read More