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Acanthurus leucosternon

The Blue Surgeonfish (Acanthurus leucosternon ) can reach an average size of 23 cm (9 in) in length. The body has an oval shape and is
compressed laterally. Like other surgeonfishes , the Blue surgeonfish swims with its pectoral
fins. The caudal fin has a crescent shape. The fish has a "surgeon's scalpel," an erected part of the
spine located at the base of the tail.The mouth is small and pointed in a beak-like manner with tiny
and sharp teeth for reaching narrow spaces of food. Its sides are blue; its dorsal fin and the base
of caudal fin are yellow; the head is black; the mouth, the throat area, the anal and pelvic fins are
white. The pectoral fins are transparent with yellow reflections.

Powder Blue Surgeon

Acanthurus leucosternon

01 Care

Have to provide MODERATE CARE. It can be social and also aggressive.

02 Diet

*Flake Food  *Herbivore  *Frozen Food  *Live Food

03 Light


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