ORA® Captive-Bred Bundoon Blenny



This ORA® Capetive-Bred Bundoon is a native of the tropical water of Fiji as well as Tonga. This Blenny's Fang has an amazing emerald head that transforms into a bright yellow stripe that runs along the entire length of its body. ORA® Bundoon Blenny's tail has long streamers which are more common in males. It thrives when placed in a minimum tank of 30 gallons, with reef rock. The reef rock offers habitats for feeding and hunting crustaceans of small size as well as areas to conceal. The ORA® Bundoon Blenny does well in groups. The fangs of the fish are an attack mechanism that is used to bite the fish that is attacking.   The ORA® The Captive-Bred Blenny are carnivores. They should be fed a range of carnivore-friendly foods. The fish should be fed small portions of food several times a day.   Approximate Purchase Size: 1-1/2" to 1-3/4"
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Information About Bundoon Blenny Found in Tonga and the South Pacific. This fish has a caudal fin that looks like the shape of a fork. Its body color is dark, with an orange stripe that runs along the horizontal direction from the back of the eye until the middle portion of the body. Males are typically larger than females and undergo an array of colors during breeding. This Blenny is a very robust and tough fish, making it the perfect companion to the beginner or experienced aquarist. This Bundoon Blenny can be a great option for reef aquariums since it doesn't bother corals or invertebrates. If it is attacked by another fish this Bundoon Blenny will respond by slicing into its mouth to ward off the attacker. It is considered to be venomous and should be treated with care. Especially around children with access to aquariums, as it could detect fingers as an attack and give a painful bite.
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6 lbs


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