Immaculate Puffer (Arothron immaculatus)
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568 Litres (150 US G.)
25-30 cm (9.8-11.8")
8.1 - 8.4
22.2-23.9°C (72 -75 °F)
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- Immaculate Puffer, Immaculatus Puffer
Additional scientific names
- Crayracion immaculatus, Dilobmycterus sordidus, Tetraodon aspilos
- Indo-West Pacific: Red Sea and East Africa (including the south coast of South Africa, Ref. 4919) to Indonesia, north to southern Japan.
- Should not be kept with small fish. Should not be kept with aggressive fish. Will eat inverts.
- The Immaculate Puffer is carnivorous and requires a varied diet of meaty foods which are high in protein. Foods such as chopped seafood, snails or small shrimp can be used for young Immaculate Puffers. Adult puffers can be fed thawed shrimp, clams or mussels, or live invertebrates. Some Immaculate puffers will accept pellet foods. Crunchy foods like clams or mussels can wear at the puffer fish's beak, lessening or removing the need for trimming as the fish ages.
- Two or more times daily.
- Grey-brown dorsal coloring that fades to a white or cream ventral coloring. When opened, tail is yellow with a black edge. When stressed or seeking camouflage, it is regular for the fish to change to a speckled green pattern.
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