Gold Spotted Rabbitfish Family: Siganidae Genus: Siganus Species: Punctatus Common Names: Gold Spotted Rabbitfish, Gold Spotted Spinefoot Reef Safe: Caution Advised Maximum Fish Size: 1 foot 4 inches Min Tank Size: 180 gallons plus recommended Attitude: Peaceful The Gold Spotted Rabbitfish is a very peaceful fish. It really should not be housed with other rabbitfish to subside any possible agression, however to not call the kettle black. I have mine with an Indonesian Coral Rabbitfish, However not even half my Gold Spotted Rabbitfishes size. They actually get along fairly well. There has not been agression from this fish towards any of my wrasses, clowns or other various fish I have had with it. Diet: Herbivore Like most herbivores within our reef tanks they will also eat brine, mysis and other meaty foods it offered. However a diet of seaweed should be offered at least 3 times a week to maintain a healthy immune system. Trust me when they get large they love to eat alot! Compatibility: With most fish we keep, However Sharks rays and other fish that it could damage or be eaty by the other fish should be left out of the picture. Great for fish only and reef tank inhabitants. Note: Mine tends to like to eat feather dusters... Particularly ones shipped from Hawaii. The few he hasnt gotten at are plain and simple because his larger stature he cant get to them... Or isn't overly wanting to try. So far mine has not hassled other inverts and has not touched a coral. But there is a chance they made do that if not fed propperly. Origin: Australia, Fiji, Indonesia Care: Easy - Moderate Keeping these fish in a well fed tank, with suitable tank mates provides the easy to moderate care level. They aren't hard to get to eat or care for in the long run. Note: They do have venomous spines. Caution should be done while handeling these fish. Never use a net on them, always a container to transport. Personal Observations: I have come to love this fish, but it wasnt my choice to get it but FauxFoxFaces. They do however grow fast, Mine has grown about 4-5" sine we got him in June. So a large tank is a must. At least a 6 foot tank. They have great personalities and are very sturdy once acclimated, as well as provide you with great facial expressions for photo shoots! Thanks for reading! Hope you enjoyed.