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  • Triplefin - Blue-eyed

    • Small triplefin with striking colours.  Black vertical stripes on a white body with reddish fins.  Gets its name from its bright blue eyes

    • Scientific Name: Notoclinops Segmentatus
    • Habitat: Found around the coastline in rock pools and to depths of about three metres. Common around the upper North Island
    • Temperament: Peaceful and timid
    • Tank Age/Maturity: 100 litres At least six months old Preferably longer to establish a Pd population
    • Diet: Can be difficult to get to eat. Supply live food, either pods in the tank or grown separately. Will sometimes eat bloodworm, brine shrimp, pods from the rock and maybe flake food
    • Threatened Species: N/A
    • Special Requirements: Newly caught fish require live food until weaned on to other foods Large aggressive fish (who will eat them). Intimidated by larger more aggressive triplefins. Best kept with seahorses & pipefish
    • Endemic: Yes
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