The Fu Manchu Lionfish, Dendrochirus biocellatus, also known as the Twinspot Lionfish or Ocellated Lionfish, features red, white, and black vertical striping, large, fan-like pectoral fins, and tall dorsal spines. Unlike other Lionfish, the Fu Manchu Lion has two, feeler appendages on its chin resembling a Fu Manchu mustache.
The Fu Manchu Lion requires a tank of 50 gallons or more, plenty of live rock hiding places, and be fed a carnivorous diet consisting of live feeder shrimp to first acclimate it to the tank. It will eat small inverts in the tank so be careful with its pairing.
Be careful when handling or transporting this fish as its spines are venomous and can sting.