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Sunburst Anthias
Serranocirrhitus latus
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Tank Stats
Size: 1-2 inches
Care Level: Easy
Temperament: Docile
Reef Safe:
Diet: Mysid Shrimp, Marine Feeders, Pellet
Origin: Indian Ocean
Acclimation Time: 3+ hours
Coral Safe: Yes
Invertebrate Safe: Monitor with shrimp
Minimum Tank Size: 45 gallons

The Sunburst Anthias, Serranocirrhitus latus also known as Fathead Anthiasis, is a beautiful colored reef compatible fish. It is very peaceful in nature and generally lives in either solitary or in a small haremic group in overhangs or caves. Sunburst Anthias have a maximum size of 5 inches and must be kept at a minimum tank size of 55 gallons at a temperature of 72-78 degree Fahrenheit at a maintained pH level between 8.1-8.4. It is commonly referred to as the Sunburst Anthias also known as Fathead Anthias, or Fathead Sunburst Anthias. The tank must have a consistent and high flow water condition with lots of live rocks, macro algae, subdued lightning or at a least shady region. The Sunburst Anthias have a carnivorous diet and hence feed on worms, crustaceans, larval fishes by wait and attack methods. They require a moderate care level and you must frequently feed them with small feedings of small or finely divided meaty food items. Sunburst Anthias are hermaphroditic in breeding. They are available in a color form of blue, red, orange and yellow. They don?t bother any of the reef inhabitants and that is why it is considered absolutely safe to add in a reef tank. They are best housed with peaceful tank mates such as gobies.

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