General information about the Narrow Lined Puffer
The Narrow-Lined Puffer embodies all the essentials of distinctive characteristics of puffers. Elegant and timeless in form, the Narrow Lined Puffer is a big, soft body that is predominately milky tan, with a tiny concentric band running across the entire body that resembles wood grains. Smoky black accents surround the drooping caudal fin that resembles a paddle as well as the iridescent eyes are defined by the caramel-gold band. The Narrow-Lined 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. The members of the Genus Arothron which includes the Narrow-Lined Puffer, are a perfect example of the traditional puffer form. While they do not have pelvic fins or elongated body puffers can be extremely agile and have the ability to be tenacious and formidable predators. As with the majority of Fat Puffers, the Narrow-Lined Puffer exhibits an extraordinary level of personality and intelligence. They also are able to identify their owner. The wild Narrow Lined Puffer is found in a variety of habitats, including Mangrove swamps, seagrass beds Reef flats, and mangrove swamps. The ideal setting is an established large aquarium that has adequate filters and a protein-skimmer. Aquascape extensively with live rock as well as other elements to create a rich environment with nooks and crevices, overhangs, and caves, while maintaining easy access to open spaces. Place your fish in a home with similar dimensions and temperament, and be aware that the narrow-lined puffer is known to eat invertebrates that are found within the aquarium by using its teeth, which are fused to break open the prey.