Common Halfbeak

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Common Halfbeak

This species is known as Common Halfbeak and the correct latin name is Hyporhamphus unifasciatus. The family that this fish belongs to is called the Halfbeaks family. (e) It's origin is Western Atlantic. (e)

Character and suggestions regarding care

This species is poisonous.

Common Halfbeak can grow up to 30 cm what is approximately 11 inches. 1 specimen basically needs at least 3600cm2 of water surface which is approximately 558 square inch. This fish should be kept in aquariums that are large. (e) Medium aquariums have at least 113 Litres (30 US Gallons). Large aquariums have at least 265 Litres (70 US Gallons). Very large aquariums have at least 700 Litres (185 US Gallons).

It is not very difficult to keep the Common Halfbeak fish. (e) The specific gravity (SG) should be between 1,020 and 1,025, the temperature between 23°C (73.4°F) and 26°C (78.8°F). The pH level should be stable, varying between 8.0 and 8.3 which is usual for marine fish.

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