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Mono Fish for sale   This picture shows a Monodactylus argenteus that is about 2.5" long.
 
Mono fish for sale Here is a picture of a Monodactylus sebae. Brian Nelson took this photo of his Sebae and gave us his permission to use it.
     
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Mono Fish for sale
Mono argenteus for sale

 
Mono. Argenteus
 
Pictures: 2.5" Mono. argenteus. Click on each picture to see a bigger picture. 
 

Scientific name: Monodactylus argenteus
 
 
       

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Mono. sebae for sale
Monodactylus sebae at AquariumFish.net. Click on this picture to see a bigger picture.
 
 
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Pictures: Brian Nelson took this photo of his Sebae and gave us permission to use it.
 
Scientific name: Monodactylus sebae

 
 
       

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Monos are brackish water fish. They can adapt to living in either freshwater or saltwater but do best in brackish water, which is fresh water with about 1-Tablespoon of Aquarium Salt per each 5-gallons of water.

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Monos are very energetic, mildly aggressive, and have huge appetites. Feed them several times a day with live or frozen food.

They will usually eat some flake food. Feed them flakes first, the live or frozen food.

   

Appropriate Home
Eventually a large aquarium with at least 50-gallons of water, an exterior power filter with a BIO-Wheel, a maximum of 1/4-inch of gravel, an aquarium heater adjusted to keep the water between 78 and 82-degrees F., and at least 1-Tablespoon of aquarium salt per each 5-gallons of aquarium water.

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Recommended Diet
When they're hungry Monos may eat floating flake food for Tropical Fish that is sold in stores that sell pet fish. Monos. will also eat freeze dried blood worms and freeze dried shrimps and krill, but they relish live and frozen brine shrimp.

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Compatibility
Monos. enjoy each others company. They often look startled when you move close to an aquarium to look at them.

They're more comfortable in a group with at least 3 other Monos, and a group of 6 is even better, but then 6 Monos will eventually require a really big aquarium.

Monos. are compatible with most other brackish water fish such as Archers, Scats, Puffers, Fan Dancer Gobies, and White Tip Shark Cats.
 
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Size and Lifespan
Rarely bigger than 6" in aquariums but can grow to 18", and they probably grow even larger. They can live several years, possibly longer when given excellent care.
 
Click here now to go on to another page in this web site that has a story about Mr. Wey breeding Mono. sebaes.
 
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