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The Banded Angelfish is a species of small coral reef fish that appears in both of the Endless Ocean games.

In-Game Description

Endless Ocean

"These fish have narrow, elliptical bodies that are predominantly white with black banded lines running from the eyes to the rear of the dorsal fin. They can be seen year-round in caves and other areas."

Endless Ocean: Blue World

"It is primarily white with a black line running from above the eyes to the back of the tail fin.

On closer examination, a clear white border can be seen around this line and the black areas on its anal and tail fins.

[Finely-Tuned Senses]

A fish senses sounds using two systems: the inner ear, located inside the ear, and the lateral line, a sensory organ running down its body. The lateral line is also able to sense changes in water currents and pressure.

When swimming in a group, the fish can detect minute changes in the currents, allowing it to swim without colliding with other fish."

Location

Endless Ocean

These are often seen around the Green Garden area, as well as under zoom-mode patches on the shipwreck in the Ocean's Graveyard.

Endless Ocean 2

These small fish are found under zoom-mode glows in the Deep Hole area, around coordinates A-2 SE, A-3 NE, B-2 S, and C-3 NW.

Behavior

These fish swim about aimlessly and somewhat slowly, but they respond vigorously to being offered food. They may or may not share their resident zoom-mode spot with another one of their species, or another fish entirely. However, sometimes they are solitary.

Notes

  • Other common names for this creature include the Black Bandit Angelfish and the Three Spine Angelfish.

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