ORA® Captive-Bred Kamohara Blenny



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Aquarium hobbyist cheer! It's a great time to be a fan! ORA Captive-Bred Blenny is a readily accessible and domestically aquacultured supply for this highly sought-after fish that was previously exclusively available from Japan. It has a stunning black body coloration, highlighted by a metallic horizontal white line which follows the contours of its body. this ORA® Captive-Bred Kamohara is a true delight, bringing elegant beauty and lively activity to any reef aquarium community. Primarily found in the waters of the subtropical southern coasts of Japan The ORA® Captive-Bred Kamohara Blenny are strong fish that can withstand an array of temperatures. This makes it a great addition to mixed reef systems as well as cool-water marine aquariums.   The ORA® Captive-Bred Kamohara requires a 30-gallon or bigger aquarium with plenty of rockwork in order to flourish. The live rock gives the fish spots for feeding and hunting small crustaceans as well for hiding spots. It's not typically an aggressive fish unless its tank mates seem to have the same design as the one it has. Its fangs are an attack mechanism that is used to bite back any aggressive fish.   It is recommended that the ORA® Kamohara Captive is required to be fed a balanced diet that includes carnivores together with a range of meals designed specifically for herbivores. Because of their metabolism and high metabolism, the ORA® Captive-Bred should receive small amounts of food multiple times per day.   Approximate size of purchase 1-1/4" to 1-3/4"
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ORA® Captive-Bred Kamohara Blenny Info It is believed that the ORA Kamohara Blenny (Meiacanthus kamoharai) is found in waters that are shallow in the subtropical coastal areas of southern Japan. ORA Kamohara Blennies are robust fish their bodies are covered in intricate patterns made of white and blue lines. As they grow older and develop, they go through a transition to a more monochrome-like look, moving from an erratic style to a more minimalist horizontal white stripe on their bodies of charcoal. The facial patterns change to become a smattering of sparkling white dots. Kamohara Blennies are strong fish that resemble those of the Striped Blenny rather than the delicate appearance of Blackline or Canary Blennies. They consume Zooplankton as their diet when they are in nature, however aquacultured fish will readily eat pellets as well as prepared food in a marine aquarium.
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