If you just recently discovered the amazing salt water fish tank it is probable that you will make a couple of mistakes when you put fish in the tank or you set up the aquarium. This is why it is advisable you put in the tank only a few inexpensive fish and see how it works out and check what adjustment you should make. Be aware that most of the salt water fish that go in the aquarium are usually captured wild live so they need lots of care and maintenance.
The damsels are the best kind of salt water fish that are recommended to beginners. These fish are very tough so they can stand harsh conditions, are not very pretentious when it comes to food and do not cost much. The bad thing about these fish is that you cannot put more than one or two in the aquarium because they are very aggressive. Although they are considered the best fish to start with there are also other fish that can also accommodate, like for example the mollies. The mollies are a usually used in salt water fish tanks because sometimes they have been acclimated to salt water. If you decide to start you tank with these types of fish you then have the opportunity to get used to maintaining a normal seawater pH and its specific salinity without harming any fish.
You can also choose to add other salt water fish in the aquarium like clown fish, blennies, surgeon fish, triggerfish, anglers and many others. The salt water fish you better not put in your fish tank of you are a beginner are the angelfish, pipefish, seahorses, stonefish, butterfly fish, long-nosed filefish and Moorish idols.