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Scientific Name:Siganus uspi

Common Names:Bicolor Foxface Rabbitfish, Bicolored Foxface, Fiji Foxface, Uspi Spinefoot

Found among hard corals at the faces of drop-offs at reef edges or in deep pools inside reef crests. Juveniles form schools, adults occur in pairs. Feeds on seaweeds.

Origin: Fiji 
Max Size: 10 "
Recommended Tank: 75 gallons
Care Level: Intermediate
Temperament: Peaceful
Reef Safe: Caution
Diet: Herbivore

The Bicolor Foxface Rabbitfish needs a varied diet of fresh vegetables and algae. It does nip and possibly eat some soft and hard coral polyps.

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Scientific Name:Siganus puellus

Common Names:Decorated Rabbitfish, Blue Lined Rabbitfish, Masked Spinefoot

Occurs in shallow, coral-rich areas of clear lagoons and seaward reefs. Individuals up to 7 cm SL forms large schools in shallows, lagoons and outer reef flats, particularly in areas dominated by luxurious growths of Acropora. Adults occur in pairs. Juveniles feed on filamentous algae, adults on algae, tunicates, and sponges. Can inflict painful stings.

Origin: Australia, Indonesia, Indo-Pacific Vanuatu
Max Size: 12 "
Recommended Tank: 100 gallons
Care Level: Intermediate
Temperament: Peaceful
Reef Safe: Caution
Diet: Herbivore

The Decorated Rabbitfish prefers to eat a variety of vegetables matter and algae. Feed the Decorated Rabbitfish any species of caulerpa and dried seaweed fed with a lettuce clip.

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Scientific Name:Siganus vulpinus

Common Names:Foxface Rabbitfish, Foxface Lo

Sometimes territorial, occurs in coral-rich areas of lagoon and seaward reefs. Often among staghorn corals (Ref. 90102). Usually occurs singly or in pairs, but juveniles and subadults occasionally occur in large schools among Acropora where they feed on algae growing on the dead bases of the coral branches. Capable of inflicting painful stings.

Origin: Indo-Pacific, Indonesia, Vanuatu
Max Size: 10 "
Recommended Tank: 75 gallons
Care Level: Beginner
Temperament: Peaceful
Reef Safe: Caution
Diet: Herbivore

Feed the Foxface Rabbitfish a varied diet of meaty foods, fresh vegetables and undesirable species of algae. It does nip and possibly eat some soft and hard coral polyps. It also prefers to accept krill, raw table shrimp, squid, clam and mussel.

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Scientific Name:Siganus punctatus

Common Names:Gold Spotted Rabbitfish, Gold Spotted Spinefoot

Occurs in clear lagoons and seaward reefs. Juveniles live in schools of up to about 50 fish with pairing commencing as small as 15 cm, but fish may still be schooling at 22 cm SL; older fish live in pairs. Feeds on benthic algae. Adults on deep coastal reefs, juveniles in shallow estuaries.

Origin: Australia, Fiji, Indonesia
Max Size: 16 "
Recommended Tank: 125 gallons
Care Level: Intermediate
Temperament: Peaceful
Reef Safe: Caution
Diet: Herbivore

The Gold Spotted Rabbitfish prefers to eat a variety of vegetables matter and algae. Feed the Gold Spotted Rabbitfish any species of caulerpa and dried seaweed fed with a lettuce clip.

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Scientific Name:Siganus corallinus

Common Names:Golden Rabbitfish, Blue Spotted Rabbitfish, Blue Spotted Spinefoot, Coral Rabbitfish

Occurs in coral-rich areas of lagoons. Juveniles found in small schools in shallow seagrass beds and reefs; often found among Acropora corals. Adults usually in pairs on shallow coral reefs and feed on benthic algae. A food fish that is occasionally poisonous.

Origin: Indo-Pacific 
Max Size: 12 "
Recommended Tank: 100 gallons
Care Level: Intermediate
Temperament: Peaceful
Reef Safe: Caution
Diet: Herbivore

Offer a varied diet of meaty foods, fresh vegetables and algae. Its diet should include krill, raw table shrimp, squid, clam and mussel. It does nip and possibly eat some soft and hard coral polyps.

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Scientific Name:Siganus magnificus

Common Names:Magnificent Rabbitfish, Andaman Foxface, Magnificent Foxface, Red Fin Foxface, Silver Foxface Rabbitfish

Inhabits coral reefs and feeds on algae and small invertebrates. Adults occur in pairs, juveniles secretive in corals. Sometimes solitary.

Origin: Indian Ocean, Fiji 
Max Size: 9 "
Recommended Tank: 75 gallons
Care Level: Intermediate
Temperament: Peaceful
Reef Safe: Caution
Diet: Herbivore

The Magnificent Rabbitfish requires a varied diet of meaty food, fresh vegetables and undesirable species of algae. Its diet must contain krill, raw table shrimp, squid, clam and mussel. It does nip and possibly eat some soft and hard coral polyps.

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Scientific Name:Siganus unimaculatus

Common Names:One Spot Foxface, Blotched Foxface

Inhabits rich coral areas of lagoons and outer reefs, often among staghorn corals. Small juveniles occur in schools of up to a few hundred fish, larger juveniles and adults occur in pairs. Feeds on seaweeds.

Origin: Eastern Asia, Western Pacific 
Max Size: 7 "
Recommended Tank: 60 gallons
Care Level: Intermediate
Temperament: Peaceful
Reef Safe: Caution
Diet: Herbivore

Feed the One Spot Foxface fresh vegetables and algae. In order to reduce potential damage to soft and hard coral polyps offer herbivore prepared foods rich in vegetables matter and supplement diet.

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Scientific Name:Siganus guttatus

Common Names:Orange Spot Rabbitfish, Orange Spotted Foxface Rabbitfish, Orange Spotted Spinefoot, Yellow Blotch Rabbitfish

Inhabits turbid inshore reefs among mangroves; tolerates or even prefers low salinities. Fry settles in seagrass beds around river mouths and adults enter and leave rivers with the tide, but also found on the drop-offs of inshore fringing reefs down to 6 m. Schools throughout life; school size for adults around 10 or 15. Feeds on benthic algae. Unlike other siganids, this species is reported to be active at night. Sold fresh in markets.

Origin: Central Pacific, Indonesia
Max Size: 16 "
Recommended Tank: 125 gallons
Care Level: Intermediate
Temperament: Peaceful
Reef Safe: Caution
Diet: Herbivore

The diet for the Orange Spot Rabbitfish should consist of algae sheets and other foods formulated for algae-eating fish.

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Scientific Name:Siganus doliatus

Common Names:Scribbled Rabbitfish, Barred Spinefoot, Two Barred Rabbitfish

Inhabits coral-rich areas of lagoons and seaward reefs. Juveniles form schools. Pairs form at 7 cm; but these pairs continue to form loose schools, sometimes with juvenile scarids, to feed in areas being flooded by the tide. At 20 cm, isolated pairs in deep water lagoons or on drop-offs at reef-edges feed on benthic seaweeds. Anterolateral glandular grooves with venom gland. Very closely related to the blue-spotted S. virgatus (Valenciennes) and apparently hybridizes at times with it in the Indo-Malayan region.

Origin: Western Pacific, Fiji 
Max Size: 10 "
Recommended Tank: 75 gallons
Care Level: Intermediate
Temperament: Peaceful
Reef Safe: Caution
Diet: Herbivore

Offer a varied diet of meaty foods, fresh vegetables and algae. The diet for the Scribbled Rabbitfish should include krill, raw table shrimp, squid, clam and mussel. It is important to give supplement with some type of herbivore diet.

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Scientific Name:Siganus niger

Common Names:Tongan Black Foxface,

Prefers areas of staghorn or fire corals, or around rubble mounds composed of plate and staghorn corals. Subadults and adults in pairs, juveniles probably form schools. Feeds on seaweeds. Marketed fresh.

Origin: Tonga
Max Size: 9 "
Recommended Tank: 75 gallons
Care Level: Intermediate
Temperament: Peaceful
Reef Safe: Caution
Diet: Herbivore

The diet for the Tongan Black Foxface should include fresh vegetables, dried seaweed preparations, Spirulina Brine Shrimp and enriched Mysis Shrimp.

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Scientific Name:Siganus virgatus

Common Names:Two Barred Rabbitfish, Barred Spinefoot, Virgate Rabbitfish

Inhabit shallow coastal waters, around hard coral reefs and areas of sand with patches of rock and soft coral. Tolerant of murky waters. Larger juveniles and adults occur in pairs in coastal reef flats, slopes and estuaries . Small juveniles are found in mangroves and enter freshwater, moving to reefs usually in small groups among corals. Feed on benthic seaweeds.

Origin: Central Pacific, Fiji, Indonesia
Max Size: 12 "
Recommended Tank: 100 gallons
Care Level: Intermediate
Temperament: Peaceful
Reef Safe: Caution
Diet: Herbivore

The diet for the Two Barred Rabbitfish should include variety of fresh vegetables and algae. It does nip and possibly eat some soft and hard coral polyps.

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