The Ochrestriped Cardinalfish originates from reefs that are located in Fiji as well as Indonesia. They are long and slender in shape and have an ochre-red color with gold. The big blue and black eyes are set off by a dark spot on the tail that confuses potential predators as to which direction the fish is facing. A 55-gallon or bigger aquarium with a cave as well as peaceful tank mates is ideal for this slow, methodical swimmer. The species is known to hide in sea grass and other plants, and may employ long spined urchins to camouflage. If an aquarium with a larger size is available, it can handle a small group of the species. As a group, they'll set up a strict hierarchy with no aggression. The Ochrestriped Cardinalfish requires a balanced diet consisting of prepared carnivore food as well as feeder shrimp flake foods, pellets Vitamin-enriched mysis, brine shrimp. Depending on the size of its body and size, fresh feeder fish. Approximate Purchase Size: Small 1-1/4" to 2"; Medium 2" to 3"; Large 3" to 4"
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General information on Ochrestriped Cardinalfish The Ochrestriped Cardinalfish originates from coral reefs in Fiji and Indonesia. They are long and slender in shape and have an ochre-red color with gold. The big black and blue eyes are separated by a black spot close to the tail that confuses potential predators about which direction they are facing. An aquarium of 55-gallon size or greater that has a cave with calm tank mates is perfect for this slow and deliberate swimmer. This marine fish is likely to conceal itself in sea grass and other plants, or employ long spined urchins to camouflage. If an aquarium with a larger size is available, it can handle only a tiny portion of the species. As a group, they'll create a strict hierarchy, without aggression.
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