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Bannerfish - Longfin

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Longfin bannerfish  are found on the East coast of Africa from south of Durban to the Red sea and eastwards to the mid Pacific . Juveniles are sometimes found close inshore in rock pools and they are found around jetties, in harbors and on offshore reefs to a depth of 75 meters. They are relatively common reef dwellers.With their long pointed mouth and bristle like teeth which are suited for rooting in crevices , they feed on zoo-plankton and bottom dwelling invertebrates which include corals. They spend most of their time cruising the reef picking food off the bottom. Juveniles have been seen taking parasites off of other fish.Because of their bright coloration these fish are kept in aquariums and are relatively hardy fish being much easier to keep than their close relatives the butterfly fish and their look alikes the Moorish Idol. They will readily accept most foods and are not that difficult to look after. They are suitable for intermediate level aquarists onward. Because of the size they grow to they need a relatively large tank with overhangs and caves to hide in. Tangs and other aggressive fish species may bully them.  They are sociable fish and it is recommended that they be kept in threes so as to prevent one fish from becoming too dominant.
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