Double Saddle Butterflyfish
Double Saddle Butterflyfish, also called the False Falcula Butterflyfish, Doublesaddle Butterflyfish, or Saddled Butterflyfish is white and has thin black lines that run across the body. The posterior part of the body's back is yellow and has a black spot at the end of the tail. There are two black spots across the back (dorsal side) as well as an eye band of black. A 120 gallon or greater aquarium that has other butterflyfish, hiding spots, and lots of room to swim in is an ideal setting. It's not suitable as a reef fish because it can eat soft corals, anemones, as well stony corals. The diet of the Double Saddle Butterflyfish should consist of various meaty products as well as some fruits and vegetables. Approximate Size of Purchase: Small 1-1/2" to 1-1/2" to" Medium 1-1/2" and 3-1/2" Large 3 1/2" up to 4 1/2" Large 4 1/2" 6-"
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General information regarding Double Saddle Butterflyfish The Double Saddle Butterflyfish is white with black thin lines that run across the body. The posterior part of its body is bright yellow, with black spots in the tail. There are two black spots on the body (dorsal side) as well as the black eye band. A bigger aquarium that includes other butterflyfish, hiding areas, and ample space to swim is a perfect habitat. This is not suitable for a reef tank since it can eat corals, anemones, and stony corals.
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