Reviews on Anthias

Bartlett Anthias

Bartlett Anthias

The Barlett Anthias has a lavender colored body with yellow running along its back. In the wild they form large groups where they feed on floating plankton. These fish attain a maximum length of 3.5 inches.This fish needs plenty of swimming room in the upper area of the tank. Will…

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Bicolor Anthias

Bicolor Anthias

The Bicolor Anthias has an orange upper body and a pale pink lower body.The family of Anthias are closely related to Seabasses, which include Groupers. These fish begin life as females and will change sex based on the requirement of their "harem". Anthias gather in huge schools around reefs where…

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Dispar Anthias

Dispar Anthias

The Dispar Anthias, a.k.a. the Redfin or Madder Seaperch, has an orange to yellow body with a dorsal fin marked distinctively in red. In the wild these fish form large groups where they feed on floating plankton.The family of Anthias are closely related to Seabasses, which include Groupers. These fish…

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Evansi Anthias - Female

Evansi Anthias - Female

The Evansi Anthias is predominantly violet, the flanks are sprinkled with yellow dots, and an orange line runs laterally from nose to pectoral fin.Anthias species all share the trait of being hermaphroditic. If a dominant male dies, the largest female of the group will often change sex to take its…

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Huchtiis Anthias

Huchtiis Anthias

The males are yellowish green in color with an orange stripe located just behind the eye. Their fins are outlined in an electric blue color that gives the fish a very striking look. The females are not as brightly colored as the males and share the same orange stripe behind…

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Japanese Fairy Basslet

Japanese Fairy Basslet

This pretty little fish will grow to a maximum size of 4 inches and will do best in a specific gravity of 1.022 and water temperature of 78 degrees.Fairy basslets feed aggressively on any fine meaty foods. In the wild, crustaceans, fish eggs and larvae. The more frequent and smaller…

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Lyretail Anthias - Female

Lyretail Anthias - Female

Female Lyretail Anthias are also known as Blue-Eyed Anthias. These fish are bright orange in color with a distinct blue marking from its eye to the base of its pec fin.The family of Anthias are closely related to Seabasses, which include Groupers. These fish begin life as females and will…

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Lyretail Anthias - Male

Lyretail Anthias - Male

The family of Anthias are closely related to Seabasses, which include Groupers. These fish begin life as females and will change sex based on the requirement of their "harem". Anthias gather in huge schools around reefs where they swim within the school waiting for food. These schools can be seen…

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