General information on Yellow Multibanded Pipefish
The Yellow Multibanded Pipefish is a kind of reef pipefish, also known as a flagtail pipefish. It is a more powerful swimmer than seahorse relatives and is rarely in close contact with substrate. In the wild, this Yellow Multibanded Pipefish can be seen swimming in rocky overhangs or corals or near the bottom of its habitat on reefs. This Yellow Multibanded Pipefish has a slim, long body with a small tubular mouth and an oval tail that resembles a flag. This fish’s body color is yellow, with bright red-to-maroon vertical bands from the head to tail. Its tail has a bright red, with white tips and a yellow dot in the middle.