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Two Spot Bimaculatus Blenny

Greek Name: Ecsenius bimaculatus

$12.99

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The Two Spot Bimaculatus Blenny originates in the reefs around Cebu. It is a tiny blenny, with large eyes and a small mouth, giving these fish a humorous appearance. A black band is encircling the top of the body and eyes to help them blend into the surrounding. The name comes because of the prominent black spots that line their stomachs. They are known as the Two Spot Bimaculatus Blennies are an excellent addition to any fish tank, reef or aquarium, big or small.
Typically found in crevices and rocks at the bottom of their habitat The Two Spot Bimaculatus Blenny requires at minimum 10 gallons and plenty of live rock to allow for eating and to hide. They should not be kept with predators that could cause them to hide. They tend to be peaceful with others and can be added to aquariums in large numbers in the same aquarium.

 

Diet of Two Spot Bimaculatus Blenny must comprise vegetable matter, which includes frozen and dried foods that contain blue-green and marine algae. It also feeds on (and aid in controlling) algae that are growing inside the aquarium.

 

Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1/2″ to 1″ Medium: 1″ to 1-1/2″

Category:

Care Level

Easy

Temperament

Peaceful

Color Form

Black

Diet

Herbivore

Reef Compatible

Yes

Water Conditions

sg 1.020-1.025, 72-78° F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4

Max Size

1½"

Origin

Cebu

Family

Blenniidae

Minimum Tank

10 gallons

Description

General information regarding Two Spot Bimaculatus

It is believed that the Two Spot Bimaculatus Blenny originates in the reefs that surround Cebu. It is a tiny Blenny that has large eyes and small mouth, giving the fish a humorous appearance. A black band encircling the top of the body and eyes helps them blend with their surroundings. The name comes because of the two black spots that are visible on their stomachs. They are known as the Two Spot Bimaculatus Blennies are an excellent addition to any peaceful or reef fish only aquarium, whether large or small. Typically, they are found in crevices, rocks and crevices at the bottom of their habitat The Two Spot Bimaculatus Blenny requires a tank with plenty of live rock to allow for eating and for concealing. They should not be kept with predators that could make them fearful or hide. They generally behave peacefully towards their counterparts and can be added to aquariums in large numbers at the same time.

Additional information

Size

Large, Medium, Small

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