How to Identify Banded Butterflyfish
Colorful fish you may see on your next dive. Learn tips for banded butterflyfish identification in this free scuba diving video of Caribbean fish from a staff member of the New England aquarium....
The banded butterflyfish (Chaetodon striatus) is a butterflyfish found in the
tropical western Atlantic Ocean from Brazil to Bermuda. Common names include
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A perfect choice for beginners, The Banded Butterflyfish is an easy going species
that gets along well with other reef fish. Striking in its contrasting beauty, it has ...
Find out what's known about Banded Butterflyfishes, Chaetodon striatus,
Actinopterygii, Perciformes, Chaetodontidae, including their world range and
Common English names include banded butterflyfish, banded mariposa,
butterbum, butterflyfish, portuguese butterfly, and school mistress. Other names
Though generally considered to be foraging predators, which lazily search the
reef surface for food, Banded Butterflyfish actually utilize a variety of feeding ...
English, –, Banded Butterflyfish, Butterbun, Butterflyfish, Portugese Butterfly,
School Mistress, Banded Mariposa. French, –, Demoiselle. Spanish, –, Isabelita ...
Florent's Guide To The Caribbean Reefs - Banded Butterflyfish - Chaetodon
striatus - Butterflyfishes - - Butterflyfishes - Caribbean, Bahamas, Florida,
The Eight-banded Butterflyfish is found in the Indo-Asian Pacific region growing
up to 12cm in length. Found singly or in pairs in silty, turbid waters of lagoons ...
Inhabit coral reefs. Occur singly or in pairs. Feed on polychaete worms, coral
polyps, crustaceans and mollusk eggs. Oviparous (Ref. 205), monogamous (Ref.