They are some of the most colorful of the moderately-sized saltwater fish that can be incorporated into an aquarium. Many of these wrasse species are very active by nature and are nearly always swimming out in the open, adding activity and beauty to either a reef or peaceful fish-only aquarium.
Triggerfish are very hardy specimens that adapt well to aquarium life if provided with a large tank and ample hiding places. Reaching an average size of 6-10" in the home aquarium and often become very aggressive toward the same species and other tank mates.
Commonly referred to as Surgeonfish, they make a wonderful addition to the reef or fish only aquarium. If more than one species of Tang is going to be kept, introduce different genera and different-sized specimens simultaneously to limit
Pipefish reach an average of eight inches. Pipefish are relatively hardy and adjust well to aquarium life if maintained in water conditions with low current and plenty of branching gorgonias, algae, or coral decorations.