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Dendrochirus zebra

Dendrochirus zebra, known commonly as the zebra turkeyfish or zebra lionfish among other vernacular names, is a species of marine fish in the family Scorpaenidae. The zebra turkeyfish is widespread throughout the tropical waters of the Indo-West Pacific, including the Red Sea.

The zebra lionfish is a scorpaenid fish with vertical stripes in orange, white, and black on its body, and large, banded, fan-like pectoral fins that flare out on either side as the fish lies on the seabed. The front dorsal fin is made up of 13 tall, quill-like spines and the second dorsal fin has 10 or 11 soft rays. The anal fin has three spines and about 10 soft rays. The second dorsal fin, the anal fin, and the rounded caudal fin are transversely banded in black and white. This fish grows to a maximum length around 25 cm (10 in).

Dendrochirus zebra

Dendrochirus zebra

01 Care

Have to provide EASY – MODERATE CARE. It is an aggressive fish.

02 Diet

*Carnivorous  *Frozen Food  *Live Food

03 Light


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