The Starry Blenny is also referred to as Snowflake Blenny. The body of the animal is dark brown, with white dots. Its tail and pectoral fins appear yellow. Established aquariums 30 gallons or bigger with several levels of swimming and plenty of rocks is an ideal setting. It's not typically an aggressive tank unless the tank's mates appear to share the same design and shape as it. It is recommended to keep the fish in a single tank unless it is kept inside a tank that is larger, and they are a mated pair. It will perch and sway from rock to rock, looking for small algae to feed on. The Starry Blenny does best in tanks that have been established and with a lot of algae that it can consume. It is possible to supplement the diet with vegetables, Spirulina, and herbivore preparations. Approximate Size of Purchase Small 1-1/2" or 2" Medium 2-1/2" -3-1/4" Large 3-1/4" and 4-1/2"
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General information regarding Starry Blenny The Starry Blenny its body is dark brown, with white dots, and its tail and pectoral fins appear yellow. The Starry Blenny prefers a large or medium-sized aquarium that has multiple levels of swimming and lots of rocks. It's not typically unfriendly unless the tankmates appear to have the same design and shape as it. It is recommended to keep the fish in a single home aquarium unless it is kept within a bigger tank, and the two form a pair. It will climb up and move from rock to live rock, looking for microalgae that it can consume.
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