Red Sea bannerfish

In schools as juveniles on coral heads, sometimes with Heniochus diphreutes.

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The Red Sea bannerfish lives in the reef-associated, marine, depth range 3 - 50 m environment.

The Red Sea Bannerfish, Heniochus intermedius Steindachner 1893, has been photographed living on Paul's Reef, which is about seven miles south of the Palm Beach Inlet, near Palm Beach, Florida. Only one individual was identified, in about fifty feet of water. More

Red Sea Bannerfish (Heniochus intermedius) in Hurghada, Red Sea Copyright: This image is available for use with credit to the photographer for non-commercial use. If you are interested in commercial use, please contact More

aquarium fish, Red Sea Bannerfish, has been found living on Paul's Reef off Palm Beach, Fla. (Click NOAA invasive species illustration for larger view. Click here for high resolution version. Please credit “NOAA. More

Red Sea bannerfish in the coral * Heniochus diphreutes - Schooling Bannerfish 2 * Heniochus diphreutes - Schooling Bannerfish 1 More

Common names

Heniochus intermedius in Dutch (Nederlands)
Poisson cocher de Mer Rouge in French (français)
Red Sea bannerfish in English
Rotmeer-Wimpelfisch in German (Deutsch)
Rødehavsvimpelfisk in Danish (dansk)
紅海馬夫魚 in Mandarin Chinese
红海马夫鱼 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Chaetodontidae
Genus : Heniochus
Species : Heniochus intermedius
Authority : Steindachner, 1893