General information regarding Immaculatus Puffer
The Immaculatus Puffer captures the essence of the distinctive characteristics of puffers. Elegant and classic in its design. Immaculate Puffer has a large cushiony body that’s mostly milky white, but with neutral overtones in various shades of brown and tan. Intriguing bursts of yellow highlight the huge paddle-like caudal fin eyes, and mouth that make up the eyes of Immaculatus Puffer. The simple, yet striking color scheme gives the Immaculatus Puffer a refined and exotic look. In this way one could claim that the Immaculatus Puffer has a striking resemblance to Cockatoos. The Immaculatus Puffer can alter from its smooth, unblemished appearance to a streaky, mottled appearance based on the situation and mood. The Immaculatus Puffer is an exceptional fish sure to make an endearing addition for puffer enthusiasts or anyone wanting personality in their larger, fish-only or fish-only-with-live-rock marine aquarium. Fish belonging to the Genus Arothron such as the Immaculatus, make up the standard puffer shape. While they do not have pelvic fins or an elongated body puffers can be extremely maneuverable and are strong and dependable predators. As with the majority of Fat Puffers, the Immaculatus Puffer has a unique level of intelligence and character and seem to be able to recognize their owners. In the wild the Immaculatus Puffer is found in many habitats like mangrove swamps seagrass beds and reef flats. The ideal setting is an established large aquarium that has adequate filters and a protein-skimmer. Aquascape extensively with live rock and other substances to create an ecosystem with nooks and crevices, overhangs and caves, while maintaining easy access to open spaces. They can share their home with fish of the same size and temperament. Be conscious that Immaculatus puffer will devour invertebrates that are found inside the aquarium with its teeth, which are fused to break up its prey.