Two Spot Bimaculatus Blenny

Two Spot Bimaculatus Blenny
Latin name:
(Ecsenius bimaculatus)

Care Level








Preferred Conditions

sg 1.020-1.025, 72-78° F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4

Avg. Max Size


Minimum Tank Size

10 gallons


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The Two Spot Bimaculatus Blenny is an excellent addition to any saltwater aquarium. These fish are a hardy species, and they can add a lot of character to your tank. They are easy to care for and will thrive in the right environment. To ensure your Two Spot Bimaculatus Blenny is happy and healthy, provide a tank of at least 10 gallons with plenty of live rock for grazing and hiding. Make sure to not house them with aggressive species, as they may become timid and retreat into hiding. Additionally, they are generally peaceful towards con specifics and can be added to the aquarium in groups at the same time. With proper care and an appropriate setup, your Two Spot Bimaculatus Blenny can bring years of enjoyment to your aquarium.

The Two Spot Bimaculatus Blenny is an excellent addition to any marine aquarium, as it is a hardy species that feeds on both vegetable matter and algae in the tank. This diet can include frozen and dried foods containing marine and blue-green algae, providing them with the nutrients they need to thrive. Furthermore, the Two Spot Bimaculatus Blenny helps to keep the aquarium clean by consuming any extra algae that grows in the tank. To ensure the health of your Two Spot Bimaculatus Blenny, make sure to provide them with a varied diet of vegetable matter and algae. Additionally, regular water changes and water quality tests should be done to keep the aquarium environment healthy.

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