The Southern Orange-Lined Cardinalfish is a small fish that, true to its name, has vibrant orange lines running down the length of its body.
"Six golden lines run the length of its body, including over their eyes to make them hard to find for attackers.
They pair up during mating season and the male protects the mass of spawned eggs in his mouth until they hatch. He devotes himself to this task for around eight days, unable to feed until hatching is complete."
These can be seen in various coral reefs all over the Manoa Lai Sea, often nesting in branched corals.
These are seen all throughout the Zahhab Region under zoom-mode glows.
They swim around under zoom-mode glows located near coral, by themselves or paired with another of their kind. They like being fed.
- This is one of Oceane's favorite creatures.