CHAETODON CAPISTRATUS PDF

The foureye is pale gray with dark chevrons pointing towards its head, and has bright yellow caudal fins. This is one of the few fish that seems to mate for life. Foureye butterflyfish English , butterbun English , butterfly English , katy English , school mistress English , kete English , macamba Papiamento , macamba calaberde Papiamento , macamba marinier Papiamento , macamba ulandes Papiamento , marguerite French , mariposa Spanish , parche Spanish , parche ocelado Spanish. The foureye butterflyfish is harvested for the aquarium trade since its small size and attractiveness makes it an ideal aquarium fish, even if its particular diet make feeding somewhat difficult.

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Next Previous Species from this genus Chaetodon lunula Chaetodon capistratus Chaetodon ocellatus Chaetodon sedentarius Chaetodon striatus. Similar Species Chaetodon lunula Chaetodon ocellatus Chaetodon sedentarius Chaetodon striatus Prognathodes aculeatus Prognathodes aya Prognathodes guyanensis. Chaetodon capistratus Linnaeus, Foureye butterflyfish. Body a strongly compressed oval disc; mouth small, at end of a short, pointed snout; cheek bone free and smooth; teeth long and slender, in bands of rows on each jaw; dorsal fin with XIII front spines not elongated , ; anal fin III, , 2nd anal spine longer than 3rd; rear edges of dorsal and anal fins bluntly angular; tail edge rounded; scales rough, covering dorsal and anal fins as well as head and body; lateral line in a high arch, incomplete ends under dorsal fin , with scales; with a large "axillary process" scale at the upper base of the pelvic fins.

Adult: Pale yellow; a grey bar from nape to chest through eye; thin black chevron lines from top to bottom of body; a large black centered, white ringed ocellus under rear of soft dorsal; soft dorsal and anal fins with 2 thin black stripes; tail fin with 2 thin black bars.

Juvenile: yellowish; a black bar through eye; a grey bar from spiny dorsal to base of pelvics; a grey bar from soft dorsal down to anal base; 2 black ocelli , 1 on soft dorsal, 1 below on body. Lives on reefs, but juveniles in mangroves and seagrass beds. Depth range: m. The Carolinas to the S Caribbean.

Egg Type Pelagic Pelagic larva Data. Length Max West Atlantic Endemic. Note: range polygons may be inaccurate for species known only from a few, widely scattered sites.

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Next Previous Species from this genus Chaetodon lunula Chaetodon capistratus Chaetodon ocellatus Chaetodon sedentarius Chaetodon striatus. Similar Species Chaetodon lunula Chaetodon ocellatus Chaetodon sedentarius Chaetodon striatus Prognathodes aculeatus Prognathodes aya Prognathodes guyanensis. Chaetodon capistratus Linnaeus, Foureye butterflyfish. Body a strongly compressed oval disc; mouth small, at end of a short, pointed snout; cheek bone free and smooth; teeth long and slender, in bands of rows on each jaw; dorsal fin with XIII front spines not elongated , ; anal fin III, , 2nd anal spine longer than 3rd; rear edges of dorsal and anal fins bluntly angular; tail edge rounded; scales rough, covering dorsal and anal fins as well as head and body; lateral line in a high arch, incomplete ends under dorsal fin , with scales; with a large "axillary process" scale at the upper base of the pelvic fins. Adult: Pale yellow; a grey bar from nape to chest through eye; thin black chevron lines from top to bottom of body; a large black centered, white ringed ocellus under rear of soft dorsal; soft dorsal and anal fins with 2 thin black stripes; tail fin with 2 thin black bars. Juvenile: yellowish; a black bar through eye; a grey bar from spiny dorsal to base of pelvics; a grey bar from soft dorsal down to anal base; 2 black ocelli , 1 on soft dorsal, 1 below on body.

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Chaetodon capistratus

These fish normally eat for the most part, coral polyps, therefore problems can arise in captivity when trying to give it an alternative food. It is therefore essential to be well prepared before acquiring them and have several suitable food types ready to present them with. However well prepared, there will be a large percentage, that will die after a short time in captivity. It may mean having to keep living corals, mussels and zooplankton as food, in order to keep these fish alive whilst they are getting accustomed to alternative types of food. These fish should be kept in a well run aquarium where they can "graze" algae from rocks and stones.

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Foureye butterflyfish

The foureye butterflyfish Chaetodon capistratus is a butterflyfish family Chaetodontidae. It is alternatively called the four-eyed butterflyfish. Chaetodon capistratus is the type species of Chaetodon. Foureye butterflyfish are deep-bodied and laterally compressed, with a single dorsal fin and a small mouth with tiny, bristle like teeth.

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Species: Chaetodon capistratus, Foureye butterflyfish

Foureye butterflyfish Chaetodon capistratus Linnaeus, Description: Body thin and round in profile. Forehead slightly concave, the eye concealed by a dark bar on the head. Body silver-gray, with numerous dark, thin lines that radiate at a diagonal from the midbody. A black spot, ringed in white, on the rear body near the upper base of the tail C. A submarginal band on the rear dorsal, tail and anal fins. Ventral fins yellow. Size up to 7.

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