Banggai Cardinalfish Photos, Pterapogon kauderni


Photos of Pterapogon kauderni, Banggai cardinalfish
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Banggai Cardinalfish.  Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere.  The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour.  Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild, Pterapogon kauderni Banggai Cardinalfish.  Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere.  The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour.  Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild, Pterapogon kauderni Banggai Cardinalfish.  Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere.  The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour.  Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild, Pterapogon kauderni Banggai Cardinalfish.  Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere.  The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour.  Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild, Pterapogon kauderni Banggai Cardinalfish.  Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere.  The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour.  Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild, Pterapogon kauderni Banggai Cardinalfish.  Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere.  The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour.  Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild, Pterapogon kauderni Banggai Cardinalfish.  Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere.  The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour.  Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild, Pterapogon kauderni Banggai Cardinalfish.  Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere.  The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour.  Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild, Pterapogon kauderni

Updated: September 19, 2021

Species permalink: Pterapogon kauderni
Common name permalink: Banggai cardinalfish