Pennant Coralfish (Heniochus acuminatus)
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1.020 - 1.025
8.0 - 8.5
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- Pennant Coralfish, Coachman, Poor Man's Moorish Idol, Longfin Bannerfish, Black and White Heniochus
Additional scientific names
- Heniochus macrolepidotus
requires a close examnation
- A peaceful shoaling fish, best kept in groups. May pick parasites off of tank mates. Not safe with small inverts.
Compatible with peaceful fish only.
- This fish mimics the Moorish Idol in colouring, and looks very similar to Heniochus diphreutes, with a disc-like body shape and two thick black vertical bars. It differs in that it's caudal and pectoral fins are yellow, the base colour of the body is iridescent silver and the face has little black and no yellow colouring. This fish also exhibits the elongated scythe-like dorsal fin.
- Not to be mistaken for Heniochus chrysostomus.
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