Dartfish

Characterized by their bright colors and elongated bodies, Dartfish make a great addition to a peaceful saltwater community or reef aquarium. They require an aquarium with plenty of hiding spots and at least 2 inches of substrate for burrowing. Dartfish are jumpers, so a tight-fitting canopy on the aquarium is a must.

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The Blue Gudgeon Dartfish, commonly referred to as the Blacktail Goby or Blacktail Dartfish, originates from the reefs of Fiji. They have an elongated body, which is pale blue... [Read more]



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The Firefish is one of the more popular fish in the marine hobby. It is a magnificent fish with brilliant coloration, a unique body shape, and unparalleled personality. Also known... [Read more]



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The Purple Firefish, also known as the Decorated Firefish, Purple Dartfish, Decorated Dartfish, or Flame Firefish, was first discovered in the Indo-west-Pacific Ocean in 1973 by... [Read more]



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The Scissortail Goby, also known as the Scissortail Dartfish, has a white head and blue body with large dorsal and anal fins. It should be housed in a 30 gallon or larger aquarium... [Read more]



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The Zebra Barred Dartfish is also referred to as the Zebra Dart Goby, Bar Goby, Barred Dartfish, Zebra Goby, or Chinese Zebra Goby. Both the head and body of the Zebra Dart Goby... [Read more]