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Raccoon Butterflyfish

 
The Raccoon Butterflyfish has black mask bordered by a thick white marking. There is a wide black band extending from the gill to the dorsal fin. The rest of the body is yellow, with dusky brown on the upper body, and...


Scientific Name Chaetodon lunula


Common Names Cresent-Masked Butterflyfish, Lunule Butterflyfish, Racoon Coralfish, Halfmoon Butteflyfish, Moon Butteflyfishh, Redstriped Butterflyfish


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Careful they are not Reef Safe from what I have se

Comments These are great fish to have they add a lot to a tank but care should be taken as they are not reef safe and will eat anemone if given the chance as I had to learn the hard way! Not the fish but the keepers fault though so if you have the right size tank (they can get large) and nothing that they want to eat give them a try.


Liked about it Great addition, easy to care for and they really do look like a raccoon.


Didn't like Ate my anemone! Oh well =( Not a true reef fish in my opinion.


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By quick_murdoc
Oct 20, 2009
 
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Very attractive Butterfly

Comments Probably my favorite butterfly. I've had a number of them over the years. They can grow very large so best to keep them in a larger aquarium. They are peaceful and don't bully, yet can stand up for themselves in agressive tanks. I have not been daring enough to try them out in a feef tank and don't know that I ever will.


Liked about it Beautiful, peaceful, good eater


Didn't like Likely not reef safe. Can grow large (over 12")


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By Diving The World
Oct 12, 2009
 
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Danger

Comments Same as the Auriga Butterflyfish
If they are tank raised, then they CAN be reef safe.
If you have wild caught, then odds are they are not reef safe.


Liked about it School all the time.


Didn't like EAT POLYPS!!! AHHHHH


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By hawaii4485
Jul 28, 2009
 
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