View a sample of Coral Reef Aquarium's current SALT FISH.
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Reef-Safe Fish
These fish are considered "reef-safe"- they should not nip or destroy other inverts such as corals, polyps, crabs,etc.
However, remember each fish is an individual, and may not follow the specie's normal behavior patterns.
Non-Reef Community Fish
Non-Reef Community fish are those that considered relatively social with other fishes, but have feeding or grazing habits that could harm reef-creatures such as corals, crabs, shrimps, and other sessile invertebrates. 
However, remember each fish is an individual, and may not follow the specie's normal behavior patterns.

Misc. Predatory Fish: eels, sharks, etc.
These fish are known for eating other fish and cannot be trusted in a community tank where there may be fish that are small enough to be considered prey.
Misc. oddballs and one-of-a-kinds

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