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The Female Bimaculatus Anthias is commonly referred to as the Twospot or Twinspot Anthias. The Females of the species are pink with a yellow dorsal, anal and caudal fin.The Bimaculatus Anthias makes beautiful fish for either reef aquarium or a fish only aquarium. The Bimaculatus Anthias feels comfortable if kept with its own species in a tank, which is not less than 125 gallons. The Bimaculatus Anthias requires a tank with plenty of hiding places that will help this fish to hide or retreat when required. Being hermaphrodite in nature, it is hard to make them breed in captivity. Basically if a dominant male perishes, the largest female of the group will often morph to take its place. The Bimaculatus Anthias fish's diet consists of zooplankton and floating filamentous algae, but should also be fed with varied diet of Mysis shrimp, vitamin-enriched brine shrimp, frozen preparations and other meaty items for zooplankton feeders, and small quantities of food several times per day for its continued good health. The Bimaculatus Anthias grows up to 5 inches and is considered to be a very good reef dweller too. The Bimaculatus Anthias is semi-aggressive and can be housed with peaceful species but with caution. The Bimaculatus Anthias thrives well in a temperature range of 72-78° F and pH of 8.1-8.4.