The younger Bicolor Parrotfish (also known as Bicolour Parrotfish) is white in colour. However, there is a thin stripe of orange across the face.
But as it grows older, the colour of the body changes from white to blue and the orange stripes present across the face of the juveniles get replaced by spots all over the face. The fins also get coloured by additional hues.
|Scientific Name:||Cetoscarus bicolor|
|Minimum Tank Size:||150 US Gallons|
|Water Conditions:||22.2-25.6°C (72 -78 °F), pH 8.1 - 8.4, sG 1.02 - 1.025|
|Max. Size:||20-22 "|
|Color Form:||White, Orange|
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