The Indian Vagabond Butterfly, Chaetodon decussatus, also known as the Black Vagabond Butterfly, features white body with diagonal black chevron-like stripes, a black eye bar and a yellow striped tail. Juvenile Indian Vagabond Butterflies resemble the adults with the addition of a black spot in the back half of their body.
Indian Vagabond Butterfly Care Facts:
they are best kept in pairs and must be kept in a tank of at least 150 gallons with plenty of live rock and free swimming space
pairs should be introduced at the same time
usually best kept in FOWLR tanks as they are prone to nipping on corals and sessile inverts
relatively difficult to keep so best kept by an experienced aquarist
will eat an varied omnivorous diet 2-3 times per day and may have trouble eating at first but will eventually acclimate