Filefish

Most Filefish grow to around six inches and feed on algae and crustaceans. Filefish do extremely well in captivity and make ideal candidates for the average home aquarium. Provide Filefish with adequate hiding places and ample swimming space.

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The Colored Filefish is also known as the Blackheaded Filefish. The body is orange to red in color and the head can be gray to black. Filefish from Hawaii tend to have more vivid... [Read more]

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The Fantail Orange Filefish, also known as the Hawaiian Filefish, Fantail Filefish, or Fantail Orange Filefish Hawaii, is brown and silver with an orange, black, and yellow tail... [Read more]

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The Jade Filefish is also known as the Hairfinned Leatherjacket. The body is a mottled green, brown, and tan coloration. It is a shy fish, and rarely aggressive towards other fish... [Read more]

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The Tassle Filefish, also known as the Leafy Filefish or Prickly Leatherjacket Filefish, is camouflaged by its light body with dark horizontal stripes. It is best suited for a... [Read more]