If you have not yet purchased a fish aquarium fish, you will enter one of the best moments of the aquarium hobby. You can finally buy the fish you have always dreamed of. But where do you start? What fish should you buy first? All of these problems naturally occur when you sit down to plan your fish trip. I will answer all of these questions for you to help you start your aquarium fish hunting trip.
The first natural question I think of is where do I start? My advice is to find reliable resources and conduct your own independent research. You can find a lot of success in the aquarium's hobby by consulting the local fish shop owner, checking the online coral reef blog, etc., but you also want to conduct your own research to confirm your findings. The decision about which fish you will buy is long-term, so make sure you are satisfied with your choice. In your research, you also need to consider the maturity of each fish compared to the size of the aquarium to ensure you have enough space.
After collecting some information, you need to create a list of fish that you want to put in the aquarium. You should determine the order in which each fish is introduced. No matter how hard you try, my biggest advice is not to deviate from the list and buy different fish unless you do additional research. You want to make sure that the fish you buy is a good alternative and still compatible with the other animals you carry in the aquarium.
In the process, your next step is to actually complete the list of fish to be purchased. This list is highly dependent on the owner of the aquarium and should be created by you to ensure that you enjoy the items in the aquarium. The advice I provided when creating this list was to carefully consider the size of the fish, their temperament, coral reef compatibility [they would eat corals], and the ideal aquarium size of the species. You need to make sure that the fish you buy will grow to fit the size of your aquarium. Make sure that every fish you buy gets along with other fish in your aquarium ecosystem. Some fish are incompatible with other fish and you want to make sure you find this in your research. If you are planning to buy fish in a high territory, then the order in which you introduce the fish is very useful. In the end, nothing is more difficult to achieve than buying fish. They just eat overnight through your new coral. If you are pursuing a coral reef aquarium, be sure to buy fish that are compatible with coral reefs. I hope these tips can help you get started!