Category: Salt Water
Nowadays lots of people around the globe are trying to chase after new and interesting topics and objects. For such people, An Orange Banded Sting Fish with its envy and the odd ball for the venomous sting, can be a very nice topic to discuss and research.
An Orange Banded Sting Fish can even bury itself with the help of its claw inside the deep sands of the sea floor and it can wait for the right opportunities to attach on its prey to get his/her food. Once the Orange Banded Sting Fish can get the chance to attach, it can declare an abuse against its prey. The Orange Banded Sting Fish can jump up from deep inside the sand to all the way to its high-set eyes and this kind of skill and perfection for a sting ray is really a nice thing which also truly sets this special Orange Banded Sting fish apart from others for its great camouflaging techniques in the sands. The Orange Banded Sting fish uses its claws for both capturing its prey and to travel across the muddy floor of the sea. The Orange Banded Sting Fish actually belongs from the family called Scorpaenidae. The origin of the Orange Banded Sting Fish is from Maldives and Indonesia. As its names says ORANGE Banded Sting Fish, its color must be Tan Orange. The scientific name of Orange Banded Sting Fish is Choridactylus multibarbus.
If someone is willing to keep this in their home or keep it as a pet then here are some nice tips-
The Orange Banded Sting Fish needs a big aquarium to stay. An aquarium that can hold all the way up to up to 50 gallons/190 liters of water.
As hiding is the Orange Banded Sting Fish's passion, it needs a very large amount of broad and deep sand in the tank, twice the height of it, and twice the length of it. The reason for this is so it can camouflage itself easily whenever it wills. There must be plants in the tank for them to hide.
3) Never keep the Orange Banded Sting Fish with other fish because Orange Banded Sting Fish is a carnivores fish. If it is kept with other fish, the very next day, it will end up with no other fish in the tank. It can suck fish easily with its vacuum mouth. They can be fed both frozen and live foods.
4) To stay alive, the Orange Banded Sting Fish need a certain water condition of twenty-two – twenty five degree Celsius / dKH eight -twelve / pH 8.1-8.4 / sg 1.020-1.025 / seventy-four -seventy-eight Fahrenheit.
To purchase the Orange Banded Sting Fish legally, the approximate size of it must be - one-two inches if it is a small fish, two-three inches if it is a medium fish, and three-four inches if it is a large fish. The largest size of an Orange Banded Sting Fish can go all the way to five inches. The level of care for need is moderate because an Orange Banded Sting Fish does everything on its own except that you need to feed this fish at the right time. If you do not feed the Orange Banded Sting Fish at the right time, it can become aggressive.