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Blue Mandarin Fish

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Blue Mandarin Fish
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Blue Mandarin Fish
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Blue Mandarin Fish _Designed by Verislav Mudrak ( https://grabcad.com/library/return-of-the-blue-mandarin-1 ) _The mandarinfish or mandarin dragonet (Synchiropus splendidus), is a small, brightly colored member of the dragonet family, which is popular in the saltwater aquarium trade. The mandarinfish is native to the Pacific, ranging approximately from the Ryukyu Islands south to Australia. _The mandarinfish was first described as Callionymus splendidus in 1927 by Albert William Herre, an American ichthyologist working in the Philippines. It was later placed in genus Synchiropus. The generic name Synchiropus is from Ancient Greek syn-, meaning "together", and -chiropus meaning "hand-foot".The specific epithet splendidus is from Latin for splendid. The common name of the mandarinfish comes from its extremely vivid colouration, evoking the robes of an Imperial Chinese mandarin.Other common names include mandarin goby, green mandarin, striped mandarinfish, striped dragonet, green dragonet and sometimes psychedelic mandarinfish.The similarly named mandarin fish (Siniperca chuatsi), properly known as the Chinese perch, is only distantly related. _Based on the gut analyses of 7 wild fish Sadovy et al. (2001) determined that the mandarinfish has a mixed diet that consists of harpacticoid copepods, polychaete worms, small gastropods, gammaridean amphipods, fish eggs and ostracods. In the wild, feeding is continuous during daytime; the fish peck selectively at small prey trapped on coral substrate in a home range of many square meters.
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SKU 10000525
Length [mm] 80.33
Width [mm] 41
Height [mm] 66.03
Volume [cm³] 17.91
Area [cm²] 79.26
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