Telescope fish

The telescope fish, Mendosoma lineatum, is a trumpeter of the genus Mendosoma.

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The Telescope fish lives in the demersal, marine, depth range 0 - 20 m environment.

l just bought a small telescope fish, phil, but he is lonely. More

How many blackmoors/ telescope fish should be kept in a 15 gallon tank? I think its a max of 2 but thought I should check... More

Telescope Fish? What is their lifespan? = * 9 months ago Report Abuse Ianab by Ianab A Top Contributor is someone who is knowledgeable in a particular category. More

When mature, the telescope fish is about the size of a man's fist. More

Telescope fish do not begin to show the abnormal eyes until from two months to two years. Once the eyes begin to develop, they continue to do so as long as the fish lives. More

My telescope fish has always been left in the dust when it comes to feeding time. The other fish takes all the food. I'm sure he gets some left overs sometimes, but I'm not sure if he's getting what he needs. More

How to feed a ryukin and a telescope fish in the same tank? = I have a ryukin and a black telescope goldfish in my tank? The ryukin can always get to the food before the telescope. More

Telescope fish (2nd of 2) = Telescope fish Telescope fish (2nd of 2) Telescope fish (Mendosoma lineatum) have jaws that extend outwards. They use these to prey on plankton and small fish. More

It resembles the telescope fish in appearance and though the bubble eye is sometimes bred to have a dorsal fin, the American Goldfish Association does not accept dorsal finned fish as bubble eyes. More

Common names

Real bastard trumpeter in English
Telescope fish in English
Teleskop-trompeter in Danish (dansk)
錯體 in Mandarin Chinese
错体 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Latridae
Genus : Mendosoma
Species : Mendosoma lineatum
Authority : Guichenot, 1848