Sort & Filter

Close

Foxface & Rabbitfish

1 - 4 of 4 results

Foxfish & Rabbitfish

Foxface and Rabbitfish can make a colorful and beneficial addition to the home aquarium for experienced marine aquarists. These fish are generally peaceful and can be safely housed with a wide array of other species, but caution should be taken with any handling of this fish as they do have venomous dorsal and anal fins that can deliver a painful sting.

FAQs About Foxfish & Rabbitfish

Rabbitfish do have venomous dorsal and anal fins that can deliver a painful sting. Any handling of this fish must be done with caution and keeping this fish is recommended for experienced marine aquarists only.

Depending on species, these fish can reach from 6-15" long so a minimum of 75 gallons or larger is recommended depending on species. These fish are typically peaceful except for with their own species and can be kept with angelfish, damsels, hawkfish, puffers, and wrasses to name a few. They can be introduced to the reef tank if well fed, but caution should be taken around large polyp stony corals or soft corals as they may nip at these.

These fish should always have access to algae or algae sheets to graze as desired and may consume both nuisance and desirable algae in the aquarium.