One Spot Foxface
The beautiful One Spot Foxface features a distinctive "eyespot" within its body. Also known as the Blotched Foxface The One Spot Foxface is extremely similar to Foxface Lo, except for the previously mentioned dark spot. The natural variation in this dark spot may vary from a nearly circular shape to the appearance of a "free-formed" Blotch, which gives each fish an unique and distinctive appearance. Keep the One Spot Foxface in a 70 gallon or larger tank. It is a tranquil species unless it is housed alongside other rabbitfish. It is possible that the One Spot Foxface may be placed in a tank with more aggressive fish because predators and aggressors prefer to stay away due to its venomous spines on its dorsal side. Rabbitfish are generally safe for reefs if they're fed well. If they are not, they could be a nuisance to or consume certain species of LPS as well as soft corals. Diet of One Spot Foxface One Spot Foxface should include fresh, healthy vegetables and algae. Offer a wide range of cooked herbivore meals that are rich in vegetable matter. Also, supplement meals with algae sheets that aid in reducing the risk of nipping damage to soft coral and hard polyps. Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1-1/2" - 2"; Small/Medium: 2" to 3"; Medium: 3" to 4"; Medium/Large: 4" to 6"; Large: 6" to 8"
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General information regarding One Spot Foxface The beautiful One Spot Foxface (Siganus unimaculatus) features a distinctive "eyespot" on its body. It is similar to the Foxface Lo, except for the spot that is mentioned earlier. Natural variations that this spot could be anything from an identical circle to the appearance of a "free-formed" streak to give each fish a distinct appearance. It is a peaceful species unless it is housed with other rabbitfish. It is possible that the One Spot Foxface may be placed in a tank with more aggressive fish because predators and aggressors generally leave it alone due to its venomous dorsal spines. Rabbitfish are generally safe for reefs if they're well-fed. If they are not, they could nip at or eat certain species of LPS as well as soft corals.
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