Foxface: One Spot

Foxface: One Spot

Siganus unimaculatus

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Care Facts

Care Level: Easy
Temperament: Peaceful
Diet: Omnivore
Reef Safe: Yes -With Caution
Minimum Tank Size: 70 gallons
Max Size: 8 inches
The One Spot Foxface is known also as the Blotched Foxface and is extremely similar to, and usually mistaken for the Foxface Lo (S. vulpinus). With its spectacular shape and coloration, the One Spot Foxface is easily recognized. The One Spot Foxeface features a big black blotch on its sides which its name comes from. The uniqueness of this fish is that it is equipped with stout venomous spines. The One Spot Foxface is a hardy marine species, and should be kept in an aquarium where there is a plenty of space to swim Due to the presence of these spines, the One Spot Foxface can be housed with other peaceful fishes and even with semi-aggressive ones as no one dares to come close to the foxface's spines. T. Since the Foxface is capable of inflicting painful venomous stings, therefore it must be handled carefully. The Foxface's main diet is algae and other herbivore food in the wild. Also, the supplemental addition of algae based pellets and flakes with fresh vegetables are recommended for its continued good health. 

My Foxface is the most peaceful fish with all of my other species. Does not go after other fish or invertebrates. I only have one. Does great with my other large fish - Tangs. After 3-4 days adjusting to its new tank, it has been awesome for the last 2 years. Nice color. Nice price.

Reviewed by: John Atella on June 7, 2022

I bought this Foxface here and to show you how hardy this guy is, he was the most active of 5 fish I had delivered when outside temp in MN was 21 degree out and bag water was at 68 degrees. All survived after 2 1/2 hr slow drip acclimation. He is a colorful little guy to watch darting around the tank. He is constantly on the move searching for food or detritus on the bottom as well as on reef rock. Likes to dart in and out of rock. He is getting much better at snagging Mysis shrimp I drop in before the other 6 fish hog it all, especially my Hamlet Indigo who gobbles everything that moves. A joy to watch.

Reviewed by: Philip Brock on Jan. 1, 2022

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