The Orangespot Rabbitfish ( Gold Spotted Rabbitfish ), Siganus guttatus, also known as the Orange Spotted Spinefoot or the Gold Saddle Rabbitfish, features a stunning golden body with small blue lines across its body creating the appearance of spots. It is an active fish that requires a large tank with plenty of open space to swim. The Orangespot Rabbitfish ( Gold Spotted Rabbitfish ) feeds primarily a herbivorous diet of algae and should be fed algae sheets and other algae-based foods. They may nip at corals so monitor these interactions, otherwise they are reef safe. They can be housed with both peaceful or aggressive fish, can be kept in pairs of the same species, but may become territorial with other rabbitfish species.
I've had my gold spot rabbit for many years now and just love her. Easy to care for, gets along well with my angel and clownfish. The only drawback is she's skittish and will jump or bash the sides of the tank. She has calmed down a bit with age. Highly recommend this fish.