Pseudanthias leucozonus adapt well to life in Pieter’s panoramic reef tank

By on Jan 30, 2013

We are no snobs when it comes to reefing as we all love the more common species available for our tanks. But we cannot deny that it makes our heart beat faster when we hear about new imported species. In this case, Pieter (six meter) called me to say that he just laid hands on a small group of Pseudanthias leucozonus. This was the second time this species was imported to Europe, both shipments came in through De Jong Marinelife.

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A gorgeous Pseudanthias leucozonus swims happily upside down in the extra large reef aquarium of Pieter van Suijlekom, Rotterdam Holland.

The previous shipment was shown at a trade show, where David Saxby laid hands on them and couldn’t wait to get them in his pool ehrm reef (David: if you read this, the story about your car being wrecked by seawater was shocking!). This group of fish resides in Pieter’s reef, where they mainly hang upside down in a large cave. The pictures of Pseudanthias leucozonus speak for themselves and they also show up in the latest video-update on his reef…

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A gorgeous Pseudanthias leucozonus swims happily upside down in the extra large reef aquarium of Pieter van Suijlekom, Rotterdam Holland.

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