Red Sea mimic blenny - Ecsenius gravieri
Species name: Ecsenius gravieri
Synonym: Ecsenius gravieri, Salarias gravieri, Ecsenius klausewitzi
Common Names: Red Sea mimic blenny
Family: Blenniidae (Combtooth blennies)
Order: Perciformes (Perch-likes)
Class: Actinopterygii (Ray-finned Fishes)
Max. Size: 8.0 cm / 3.1 inches
Origin: Western Indian Ocean
Company: Ecsenius gravieri (Red Sea mimic blenny) should not be kept with the same species or large fishes.
Aquarium Setup: Ecsenius gravieri (Red Sea mimic blenny) is a temperate fish and can die from a rapid move to a tropical aquarium. A bottom with mixed size rubble and gravel will be a good choice since the Red Sea mimic blenny likes to dig. You should also place som rock and coral in the aquarium. Keep in mind to cover the aquarium since they are very good jumpers.
Food: Ecsenius gravieri (Red Sea mimic blenny) feed on algae and plants. Their food must be small enough to just swallow since they are unable to chew.
Breeding: We have no information regarding the breeding of Ecsenius gravieri (Red Sea mimic blenny) in aquariums.
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