Muller's Butterflyfish (Chelmon mulleri)
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- Muller's Butterflyfish, Blackfin Coralfish
- Endemic to Western Pacific: found exclusively on coastal reefs and estuaries of Queensland. Recently recorded from northwestern Australia.
- Not possible to visually sex.
- A generally peaceful fish but should not be kept with other Butterflyfish nor with any stress-inducing fish. House in a reef tank with caution, they will pick on feather dusters and anemones and may well nip at invertebrates too.
- Can be difficult to feed. Should be offered a variety of foods including mysis shrimp, vitamin enriched brine shrimp, or frozen whole cockle. Has been used for Aiptasia control
- Feed several times a day.
- Does best in a large established marine system with hiding places in live rock.
- Exercise caution, as they can nip invertebrates.
- Darker than the similar Copperband Butterflyfish.
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