|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|The Copper-banded Butterflyfish (Chelmon Rostratus) is a very fragile fish, and it's lack of hardiness makes it less resistant to disease. They are quite difficult and aggressive - very territorial. Only one male per tank is reccommended. They are best in a species tank, a community only if it is very large and spacious. Small live foods are best, but they are picky eaters. Sexing: Males may have a steeper head profile.|
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