Bicolor Parrotfish, Orangespine unicornfish Cetoscarus bicolor


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Size (length and weight)

This fish is 90 cm long and 100 lb.

Physical description
The females are tones of green, brown, or gray. The males are vivid and have a neon color.

Location in the world
This fish lives in the Indo-pacific, the Red Sea, and Australia.

Diet
This fish is an omnivore.

Predators
The predators of this fish are baracuda, sharks, group, and eel.

Young
I can't find this information anywhere.

Niche or role in their ecosystem
This fish makes sand from the rocks it grinds up.

Other names
This fish is sometimes called the two-colored parrotfish.

Fun facts
This fish is often sold as a pet.

Blue Zoo Aquatics
www.bluezooaquatics.com/productDetail.asp?cid=289&pid=963&did=1
2010
March 11, 2010

Wikipedia
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/parrotfish
January 6, 2010 at 9:32
March 10, 2010

Pet Education
http://www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?c=16+2200&aid=1750
2010
March 12, 2010


1. How long does it take for the eggs to hatch?
2. What do they live in? They live in open spaces so they can escape easily.
3. How do they protect themselves? When they sleep they cover themselves with poisonous mucus.
4. How long is it before they fully mature?
5. How deep do they live?

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Male bicolor parrotfish

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Female bicolor parrotfish

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Immature bicolor parrotfish