Yellow-striped Whiptail

Scientific Name:

Pentapodus aureofasciatus


Coral Breams (Nemipteridae)

Other names:

Spinecheeks, Whiptails, Yellowstripe Threadfin Bream, Whiptail Bream.

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Also known as Spinecheeks, Whiptails, Yellowstripe Threadfin Bream and Whiptail Bream.

Found singly or in pairs in mid water, over sandy areas of coral reefs.
They feed on worms and various small creatures.
Length - 25cm
Depth - 5-20m
Widespread West Pacific

Coral Breams have excellent eyesight and are usually found close to the bottom looking for prey with a stop start movement. (edit)

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Fishy Stats

Length: 25cm
Depth: 5-20m
Found: West Pacific
Eats: Worms and small creatures
Family: Coral Breams
Species: Nemipteridae

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