Red-Tailed Butterflyfish or Pakistani Butterflyfish



The Red-Tailed Butterflyfish or Redtail Butterflyfish (Chaetodon Collare), also known as the Pakistani Butterflyfish, is a species of Butterflyfish. It can be found in reefs of the Indo-West Pacific region: from the Persian Gulf and Maldives to Japan, the Philippines and Indonesia. It usually swims at depths of between 3 and 15 m. It can grow to over 7″ inches in length.

The Red-Tailed Butterflyfish or Pakistani Butterflyfish is brown to black, with lighter scales giving it a spotted appearance. It has a prominent, vertical white streak behind the eyes, a dark stripe over the eyes, and another, smaller white stripe in front of the eyes. The base of the tail is bright red, followed by a black stripe. The tip of the tail is diffuse white.

In the wild, its diet consists of coral polyps. In captivity, it is a carnivore, taking fish meat and shrimp.

Additional information

Weight 8 lbs
Dimensions 11 × 9 × 11 in


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