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Our saltwater fish are shipped stronger, more stress-free, eating better, with good stomachs and in better condition then ocean-fresh aquarium fish could ever be shipped. Our marine life ships with a 100% guarantee that the marine life you purchase will arrive healthy and in perfect condition for your home aquarium. Aquariumcreationsonline.net saltwater aquarium fish, live coral and marine invertebrates are sold at the lowest possible online price. They go through a 14 point health & quality check during selection. Other marine life websites sell livestock that just arrived from the ocean! They ship the new arrivals out as fast as they can to customers. In comaparison, Aquarium Creations 100% Guarantee's our live saltwater fish will have gone through weeks of quarantine then complete aquarium conditioning. We guarantee our marine life will arrive eating well, healthy and looking perfect. That makes buying your saltwater fish from Aquariumcreationsonline.net your best choice.

Special Note: When you see "Aquarium Conditioned" on one of our featured saltwater fish, it means the marine life have gone through our Aquarium Conditioning Process which is from 26 days to 60 days long, depending on species. During this time the arriving ocean fresh marine fish first go through Quarantine, then go into our aquarium life systems. In our aquarium life systems they will get used to aquarium life and we work on getting them to eat well through a special process we use to change ocean fresh saltwater fish over to our aquarium conditioned fish. The process includes enough time to let us have confidence sending saltwater fish to you knowing they will do well in proper aquarium conditions and they will also eat well, which are the two most important factors if you expect a long life saltwater aquarium fish.

Acclimating Your New Saltwater Fish

Acclimating your new saltwater fish to your saltwater aquarium's water is a CRITICAL step and should not be taken lightly. By getting into the habit of using the proper acclimation techniques for your marine fish and inverts, you are giving your saltwater fish a much better chance of having a long life. The best acclimation method for new saltwater fish is called drip acclimation. It is best because many saltwater fish and many invertebrates are sensitive to changes in pH, specific gravity, and other water chemistry.

The drip acclimation method is best simply because it allows the new marine life water to change water chemistry very slowly over a long period of time until it matches the saltwater aquarium's water chemistry. The change occurs over a long period of time and in that manner neither the saltwater fish nor inverts will shock out from the change. Doing the drip method requires a bucket, a vegetable clip with a suction cup for holding the tube in the aquarium , a length of air pump tubing that is long enough to extend from your tank water all the way to the bucket you are using on the floor, and an air flow valve that is the correct size for the tubing.

Place one end of the tube through the veggie clip and then using the suction cup place the veggie clip into your tank so the tube is held under water. Get a siphon going and place the air valve into the bag in the bucket. Set the valve for a slow drip, drip, drip. Aim for a drip every one or two seconds. Acclimation time will be 2 to 4 hours depending on the species of marine life. If you purchase your fish from a reliable aquarium shop and trust their advice, follow their recommendations on the amount of time needed for acclimation. If you are purchasing from our website we have listed for every saltwater species the nescessary acclimation drip time.


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Angler Fish - Frog Fish

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Anthias

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Batfish

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Basslet

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Blennies

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Butterfly

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Cardinal Fish

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Clownfish

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Damsels and Chromis

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Grouper Fish

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Hogfish

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Hawkfish

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Jawfish

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Lionfish

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Saltwater Puffer Fish

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Beginner Saltwater Fish


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