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    Default Captive-bred Marine Species

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    Here is a list I've compiled from multiple sources all over the internet. There are likely more than are listed here. If you do not see one here that needs to be listed, I'm sure a nice mod would be happy to add it to the list. :)


    False Percula Clownfish - Amphiprion ocellaris
    Clark's Clownfish - Amphiprion clarkii
    Tomato Clownfish - Amphiprion frenatus
    Gold-Stripe Maroon Clownfish - Premnas biaculeatus
    Cinnamon Clownfish - Amphiprion melanopus
    Fire Clownfish - Amphiprion ephippium
    Australian Clownfish - Amphiprion rubrocinctus
    Orange Skunk Clownfish - Amphiprion sandaracinos
    Pink Skunk Clownfish - Amphiprion periderion
    Saddleback Clownfish - Amphiprion polymnus
    True Percula Clownfish- Amphiprion percula
    Sebae Anemonefish- Amphiprion sebae
    Twoband Anemonefish- Amphiprion bicinctus
    White-tipped Anemonefish- hybrid: Amphiprion sebae x Amphiprion polymnus


    Orchid Dottyback - Pseudochromis fridmani
    Striped Dottyback - Pseudochromis sankeyi
    Sunrise Dottyback - Pseudochromis flavivertex
    Splendid Dottyback - Pseudochromis splendens
    Neon Dottyback - Pseudochromis aldabraensis
    Diadem Dottyback- Pseudochromis diadema
    Lyretail Dottyback- Pseudochromis steenei
    Golden Dottyback- Pseudochromis fuscus
    Blue-Striped Dottyback- Pseudochromis springeri
    Redhead Dottyback- Pseudochromis dilectus
    Elongate Dottyback – Pseudochromis elongatus
    Bicolor Dottyback – Pseudochromis paccagnellae


    Neon Goby - Gobiosoma oceanops
    Hybrid Cleaner Goby - Gobiosoma oceanops x Gobiosoma randalli
    Yellowline Goby - Gobiosoma randalli
    Goldline Goby - Gobiosoma louisae
    Pink-Speckled Shrimpgoby- Cryptocentrus leptocephalus
    Yellow Watchman Goby- Cryptocentrus cinctus
    LutherÒ€ℒs Watchman Goby- Cryptocentrus lutheri
    Red-Headed Goby- Elacatinus puncticulatus
    Sharknose Goby- Gobiosoma evelynae
    Yellowline Goby - Elacatinus figaro
    Tiger Goby – Elacatinus macrodon
    Greenbanded Goby – Gobiosoma multifasciatum


    Striped Poison-Fang Blenny- Meiacanthus grammistes
    Green Canary Blenny- Meiacanthus tongaensis
    Disco Blenny- Meiacanthus smithi
    Canary Blenny- Meiacanthus oualanensis
    Mozambique Fangblenny- Meiacanthus mossambicus
    Bundoon Blenny- Meiacanthus bundoon
    Forktail Blenny- Meiacanthus atrodorsalis
    Blackline fangblenny- Meiacanthus nigrolineatus


    Royal Gramma- Gramma loreto
    Blackcap Basslet- Gramma melacara


    Banggai Cardinalfish- Pterapogon kauderni
    Pajama Cardinalfish- Sphaeramia nematoptera
    Blue Streak Cardinal – Zoramia leptacantha


    Half Moon Angelfish - Pomacanthus maculosus
    Cherub Angel – Centropyge argi
    Joculator Angel – Centropyge joculator
    Debelius Angel – Centropyge debelius
    Bandit Angel – Apolemichthys arcuatus
    Multibarred Angel – Paracentropyge multifasciatus
    Colins Angel – Centropyge colini
    Resplendent Angel – Centropyge resplendens
    Japanese Angel – Centropyge interruptus
    Multicolor Angel – Centropyge multicolor
    Flame Angel – Centropyge loricula
    Lemonpeel Angel – Centropyge flavissima
    Fisher's Angel – Centropyge fisheri

    Comets and Assessors

    Yellow Assessor- Assessor flavissimus
    Blue Assessor- Assessor macnelli
    Marine Betta- Calloplesiops altivelis


    Hippocampus abdominalis
    Hippocampus barbouri
    Hippocampus capensis
    Hippocampus erectus
    Hippocampus ingens
    Hippocampus kuda
    Hippocampus procerus
    Hippocampus reidi
    Hippocampus tuberculatus
    Hippocampus whitei
    Hippocampus zosterae


    Pilotfish- Gnathanodon speciosus


    Emporer snapper- Lutjanus sebae


    Pinnate Batfish – Platax pinnatus


    Blue Mandarin – Synchiropus splendidus
    Spotted Mandarin – Synchiropus picturatus
    Considering a Marine Aquarium? A Breakdown of the Components, Live Rock, Cycling a Marine Tank

    "The capacity to learn is a gift; The ability to learn is a skill; The WILLINGNESS to learn is a choice." - Unknown

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    ILMGB Haven't Gobiodon okinawae, Yellow Clown Gobies, as well as Gobiodon atrangulatus, Green Clown Gobies also been bred in captivity? I know ORA doesn't have them on their website but I have read about people successfully breeding and raising the fry.

    Great post BTW, makes it easy for people to see what they can find as captive raised.
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    Gobiodon okinawae nad Gobiodon atrangulatus have both been bred in captivity.

    Something to keep in mind is that some of the fish listed above have been bred and raised in captivity, however they have not been bred and raised commercially yet.
    Considering a Marine Aquarium? A Breakdown of the Components, Live Rock, Cycling a Marine Tank

    "The capacity to learn is a gift; The ability to learn is a skill; The WILLINGNESS to learn is a choice." - Unknown

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    Smile Question

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    Are the Seahorses hardier than what you read about? Easier to feed and care for? (next tank maybe) Great list ILGB, Thanks!
    Life is tough, it's even tougher if you're stupid (John Wayne)
    If you're not angry, you are not paying attention (Ralph Nader)
    9 Tanks (2-29G QT) ranging from 150G to 10G for my 1/2 moon Beta

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    It's not that seahorses are not hardy, it's that they are difficult to feed. They are still not easy to feed. They still are slow moving too. Captive bred seahorses are easier to feed than wilds though because they are raised on "captive" foods.
    Considering a Marine Aquarium? A Breakdown of the Components, Live Rock, Cycling a Marine Tank

    "The capacity to learn is a gift; The ability to learn is a skill; The WILLINGNESS to learn is a choice." - Unknown

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    Too bad it's not practical the breed tangs in captivity
    If you take your time to do the research FIRST, you can successfully set-up and keep ANY type of aquarium with ease.
    "Not using a quarantine tank is like playing Russian roulette. Nobody wins the game, some people just get to play longer than others." - Anthony Calfo
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