Queensland blenny - Ecsenius mandibularis Queensland blenny fish Ecsenius mandibularis
Queensland blenny


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Queensland blenny - Ecsenius mandibularis

Species name: Ecsenius mandibularis

Synonyms: Ecsenius mandibularis

Common Names: Queensland blenny

Family: Blenniidae (Combtooth blennies)

Order: Perciformes (Perch-likes)

Class: Actinopterygii (Ray-finned Fishes)

Max.Size: 7.5 cm / 3 inches

Environment: Marine reef

Origin: Western Central Pacific

Temperament: Harmless

Company: Ecsenius mandibularis (Queensland blenny) should not be kept with similar species or sharks.

Aquarium Setup: Ecsenius mandibularis (Queensland blenny) is a temperate fish and will not survive a rapid move to a tropical aquarium. Instead of scales, it is protected by slime. Queensland blenny enjoys digging and jumping. Keep your fish in a covered aquarium with mixed size rubble and gravel.

Food: Ecsenius mandibularis (Queensland blenny) eat alge and plants in the wild. They will appreciate natural algae, spinach and home-made vegetable preparations.

Breeding: We are unable to provide any information regarding the breeding of Ecsenius mandibularis (Queensland blenny) in aquariums.

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