Naturally found in seagrass beds off the coast of Japan, the Whitespotted Pygmy Filefish is a diminutive addition to the peaceful marine aquarium. Growing only 3” long from their pouty colored lips to its paddle-like tail, this speckled fish can also change its color depending on its mood and surroundings. Comfortable in groups and high flow environments, this fish easily adapts to a range of aquarium conditions and sizes. To date, we have not seen any indication this fish will pick at corals. A great addition to the nano aquarium!