Bicolor blenny - Ecsenius bicolor
Species name: Ecsenius bicolor
Synonym: Ecsenius bicolor, Salarias bicolor, Salarias furcatus, Salarias melanosoma, Salarias burmanicus
Common Names: Bicolor blenny
Family: Blenniidae (Combtooth blennies)
Order: Perciformes (Perch-likes)
Class: Actinopterygii (Ray-finned Fishes)
Max. Size: 11.0 cm / 4.4 inches
Origin: Western and Eastern Indian Ocean and Western Central, Eastern Central and Northwest Pacific
Company: It is not recommendable to keep Ecsenius bicolour (Bicolor blenny) with other specimens of the same species or large fishes.
Aquarium Setup: Ecsenius bicolour (Bicolor blenny) lives in temperate waters and will not survive a rapid move to a tropical aquarium. They are good jumpers so covering the aquarium is advisable. Bicolor blenny are found of digging and whould be provided witha a bottom consiting of mixed sized rubble and gravel. You should also place some rock and coral in the aquarium.
Food: Ecsenius bicolour (Bicolor blenny) feed on algae, plants and plants benthic. You have to give them pieces of food small enough to swallow without chewing.
Breeding: We have no information about how to breed Ecsenius bicolour (Bicolor blenny) in aquariums.
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