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Salarias fasciatus - Sailfin Blenny

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Salarias fasciatus - Sailfin Blenny



EUR 27,90*

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Cirrhitichthys aprinus - Spotted Hawkfisch

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Cirrhitichthys aprinus - Spotted Hawkfisch



EUR 34,90*

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Synchiropus ocellatus

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Synchiropus ocellatus



EUR 29,90*

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Salarias ramosus - Starry Blenny

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Salarias ramosus - Starry Blenny



EUR 34,90*

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Ecsenius midas - Persian blenny

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Ecsenius midas - Persian blenny



EUR 34,90*

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Synchiropus splendidus - Mandarin-Leierfisch (Männchen)

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Synchiropus splendidus - Mandarin-Leierfisch (Männchen)



EUR 32,90*

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Neocirrhites armatus - Flame Hawkfish

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Neocirrhites armatus - Flame Hawkfish



EUR 139,90*

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Ecsenius stigmatura - Tail Spot Blenny

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Ecsenius stigmatura - Tail Spot Blenny



EUR 27,90*

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Synchiropus moyeri

Ecsenius ops - Ecsenius ops

Ecsenius bicolor - Bicolor Blenny



Blennys, Dragonets & Hawkfish

Interesting inhabitants 

 "Solitary and no extensive swimmers!" 

 Blennies should be kept separately in any case, unless they are already offered as a solid couple. Ecsenius is known for attacking SPS polyps.

Feeding the Mandarin-dragonets and coral hawkfishes

Dragonets feed on the microorganisms and should therefore not be insert in the marine tanks in the start-up phase. Since they peck on the live rock, the naturally existing zooplankton should be developed very well. Small frozen food like Artemia, lobster eggs or Goldpods are fed gladly in case of getting used to frozen food. Since they eat slowly, it should always be ensured that the dragonets get enough food.


Feeding the blennies

Blenny, especially Salarias and Ecsenius species are specially good algae eaters and should be fed with algea exclusively. Salarias ramosus lives exclusively on plants, i.e. it must be fed with Nori-algae, Caulerpa algae or even natural algae growth.

 
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