General information on Tobacco Basslet
The Tobacco Basslet is common in the tropical Western Atlantic. The body is light gray at the bottom and has a dark silver and black mottled design that runs dorsally separated from one another through an orange band. The basslet is an extremely tough species of fish and is best in a fish-only aquarium or in a aquarium for reef fish. Use care the larger Tobacco Basslets could cause danger to small crustaceans and fish of smaller sizes including tiny damselfish, tiny gobies, and blennies. One individual must be kept in a medium-sized tank, whereas more than one requires a bigger tank. But there is a chance that Tobacco Fish may try to outdo smaller fish from the exact same species, therefore it is recommended to bring several Tobacco Basslet into the aquarium in a single go if you plan to keep a small group. Like all species belonging to the Serranus Genus The Tobacco Basslet is hermaphroditic.