One Spot Foxface Rabbitfish Siganus unimaculatus aka Splotched Rabbitfish **WARNING** The Foxface Rabbitfish's Fins are Poisonous and, if poked by them, it could lead to serious injury or even death! Care should be used when putting hands or fingers into tank! Fish Family the One Spot Foxface Rabbitfish comes from- Siganidae Description- Foxface Rabbitfish can grow up to 7" long. The are pretty much the same as the Foxface Lo, except for the dot. Each dot is different on each Foxface. What is the recommended tank size?- These should not be kept in a tank smaller than 70 gallons. I had mine in a 55 gallon for 7 years, until I moved him to the 135. He's much happier now. After moving him, I can see how a bigger tank makes a difference. He swims more freely and also zooms through the water. What is the Foxface's care level?- From owning one this long, I can tell you, I've never had a problem with disease. I have found out that he does need to eat more than other fish. He produces a lot more waste than others in the tank. How does he get along with tank mates and in a reef?- Mine does fine with it's tank mates, though if you are not careful, at feeding time, he'll eat everything before anyone else has had a bite. He's fine in a reef as long as you feed him good. They have been known to pick at soft corals, if not well fed. I have lost one fish to my Foxface. My big blue damsel(?)(5" across) and he grew up together and the damsel was very aggressive, as they are. Needless to say, the Foxface won that battle, but it cost my damsel his life. It was only a matter of seconds between stick and death. They do not do good with other Foxface's in the same tank, tough they are considered to be very peaceful fish. What are the best water conditions?- Pretty typical of most other fish, temp, 72-78° F, dKH 8-12, sg 1.020-1.025, pH 8.1-8.4 What is their optimal water flow?- Seems to like good water flow and you will catch him most of the day either darting from one end of the tank to the other, like he's racing some other fish, or he'll be playing in the top of the tank, making bubbles. He'll make bubbles then pop them. He keeps himself busy all day. He will peck at rocks and move small snails off the glass, if he's bored. What does a Foxface Rabbitfish eat? The are considered Herbivores. They mainly like veggies, algae, Nori or seaweed and the occasional piece of fresh broccoli. Mine eats prepared foods too, such as Ocean Nutrition's Prime reef. He especially likes the pellets. He will eat cyclopeeze, brine shrimp and bit of raw table shrimp. Mine has been known to bite my fingers when I'm feeding them. Where does the One Spot Foxface Rabbitfish hail from?- The oceans around eastern Asia.