|Minimum Tank Size:||100g|
|Max Size:||7 in|
Chelmon marginalis. Also known as the Australian Copperband is rarely seen in the trade, and highly resembles the Copperband, except it does not contain a middle body vertical band as does the Copperband. Yet still a highly attractive, having a silvery-white body with two front body wide orange yellow vertical bands edged in black, and one rear body very wide vertical yellow band. Also has a long narrow snout used to search crevices for food and a false eyespot on the rear upper body and lower dorsal fin, however, it's quite pale.