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Fire ( aka Cinnamon) Clownfish
Ocellaris Clownfish
Tomato Clownfish
True Percula Clownfish
Maroon (Spinecheek) Clownfish
Orange Skunk Clownfish
True Sebae Clownfish
Clarkii Clownfish
Red Saddle Clown
Neon Goby
Luther's Watchman (aka Prawn) Goby
Yellownose Goby
Sharknose Goby
Orchid Dottyback
Neon (Orange) Dottyback
Blue-striped Dottyback
Sunrise Dottyback
Striped Dottyback
Magenta Strawberry Dottyback
Splendid Dottyback
Lyretail Dottyback
I strongly support the use of aquacultured (tank-bred) fish in marine aquariums. Taking specimens from the oceans adds another form a stress to environments that are stressed enough. Yes, tank-bred (aka tank-raised, but not precisely the same) livestock will cost more, but if you factor in that these fish have a higher survival rates you may see it otherwise. A dead $15 fish is more expensive than a live $45 one, no? Having a marine aquarium is not a cheap hobby anyway, so get used to it. And do the world--and your tank--good and seek out tank-bred. More information about aquaculture for specific species is at Breeders Registry. Also Wet Web Media. The species of fish below have been successfully tank-bred, and have links to a great site: FishBase.org. I was not able to find a site that compiled this type of information already, so here it is for what it's worth. If you are certain of another tank-bred fish please let me know. Also, corrections are welcomed.
Yellowbar Angelfish
Flame Angelfish
French Angelfish
Gray Angelfish
Emperor Red Snapper
Royal Gramma
Yellowhead Jawfish
Banggai cardinal
Black-tailed Humbug Damsel
Sergeant Major Damsel
Saddleback Butterfly
Seahorses (one of many?)
Blue Green Chromis (Damsel)