Redbarred hawkfish

The Redbarred hawkfish lives in the reef-associated, non-migratory, marine, depth range 1 - 52 m environment.

Redbarred Hawkfish (Cirrhitops fasciatus) at the base of a large rock face, depth 30ft at Puakō Posted by Andrew Cooper in Postcard from the Reef at 01:00 | Comments (2) | Trackbacks (0) CommentsDisplay comments as (Linear | Threaded) More

This fish is known as Redbarred Hawkfish and the correct latin name is Cirrhitops Fasciatus. It belongs to the Hawkfish family. (e) It's origin is Pacific Ocean. (e) Character and suggestions regarding care An aggressive fish. More

The Redbarred Hawkfish has bright red bars covering the length of its body. It is considered safe for corals and similar invertebrates, butMore>> 1 Product(s) Starting at $24. More

Common names

Banded hawk in English
Épervier rayé in French (français)
Pili-ko`a in Hawaiian
Redbanded hawkfish in English
Redbar hawkfish in English
Redbarred hawkfish in English
ringed hawkfish in English
Rødbåndet falkefisk in Danish (dansk)
条纹须 in Mandarin Chinese
條紋鬚 in Mandarin Chinese
环带副 in Mandarin Chinese
環帶副 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Cirrhitidae
Genus : Cirrhitops
Species : Cirrhitops fasciatus
Authority : Bennett, 1828