Chelmon rostratus - The Copperband Butterflyfish has a long, narrow nose and mouth used for hunting into crevices and holes for food. The Copperband Butterflyfish has yellow-orange vertical bands with a black edging. It has a false eyespot on the rear of the dorsal fin. This is a difficult fish to mistake for any other. It is best housed in very large reefs, or in peaceful community tanks. It should be kept singly and should not be kept with any stress-inducing fish. The Copperband Butterflyfish can be a difficult fish to feed; but you need not worry. We will not ship unless it is eating frozen mysis in our tanks. We promise!