The Flagfish lives in the reef-associated, non-migratory, marine, depth range 3 - 40 m environment.

The flagfish or American flagfish, Jordanella floridae, is a killifish native to Florida. It received its name because the male fish resembles the American flag, with a large black/blue dot and alternating red and black/blue stripes on its body. More

* Florida flagfish entry on Brackish FAQ * Florida flagfish at Wet Web Media This entry is from Wikipedia, the leading user-contributed encyclopedia. More

want to keep the flagfish strictly for algae eating, some advise you to keep only females. I have not tried this, but I think they are on the right track. Jordanella floridae is an omnivore and not picky about types of food. More

The flagfish in an egg-laying toothcarp - family _Cyprinodontidae_ and is largely found in southern Florida and the Yucatan. These killifishes' habitat may be brackish marshes, ponds and even shallow irrigation ditches and canals. More

Flagfish are ideal for consuming Brown, Black Beard Algae, Thread Algae, Hair/String Algae, and Blanketweed. Good with most fish except bettas or small frilly-finned fish as they will pick on them. More

Flagfish ( common name ) let's test your knowledge! Jordanella floridae ( fish name )slovensky , français Share pictures of your fish! Upload them now! * Maximum size in aquariums (min-max): 6 - 7 cm ( More

I've wanted a flagfish for some time as the otos weren't touching some of the algae and flagfish have a reputation for eating algae that no one else likes. More

The American Flagfish is an undemanding Killifish that is highly sought after for its algae-managing services. If that is not reason enough to acquire this hardy and interesting New World Killifish, the unique marking and color pattern is sure to win you over. More

Flagfish are great for algae, but be warned that once the algae is under control they may decide to snack on your plants. Jenny We have a pair of females and they are one of our favorite fish. More

Common Name: Flagfish; American Flagfish Synonyms: Cyprinodon floridae Size: Males can reach 2 ½ -3” (6-7.6 cm), females get only about 2/3 of this size. Sexing: Sexually dimorphic. More

When I got the flagfish, there was one left, now they are all gone. I’m still dealing with this and would appreciate any advice. Or if anyone can properly identify what type of algae I have. More

Common names

Adlo in Waray-waray
Alibang-bang in Davawenyo
Angel asli in Malay (bahasa Melayu)
Blålæbet kejserfisk in Danish (dansk)
Boray-boray in Tagalog
Boray-boray in Visayan
Driekol-engelvis in Afrikaans
Flagfish in English
lati ni daveta in Fijian (vosa Vakaviti)
Lebre três manchas in Portuguese (Português)
Lebre trÍs manchas in Portuguese (Português)
Lidong in Bikol
Ligeriger in Austronesian (Other)
Ligeriger in Carolinian
Malaga in Ilokano
Papillon jaune in French (français)
Pata in Cebuano
Pavillon dilar in Creole, French
Pavillon dilar in Creoles and Pidgins, French
Poisson ange à trois taches in French (français)
Poisson-ange à trois taches in French (français)
Poisson-ange trois taches in French (français)
Pulang daghan in Bikol
Shiten-yakko in Japanese (日本語)
Three spot angel in English
Three spot angelfish in English
Three-spot angelfish in English
threespot angelfish in English
Trefläckig Dvärgkejsare in Swedish (Svenska)
Tu'u'u in Samoan (gagana fa'a Samoa)
三斑刺蝶魚 in Mandarin Chinese
三斑刺蝶鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
三点神仙 in Mandarin Chinese
三点阿波鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
三點神仙 in Mandarin Chinese
三點阿波魚 in Mandarin Chinese

Picture of Apolemichthys trimaculatus has been licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial.
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Order : Perciformes
Family : Pomacanthidae
Genus : Apolemichthys
Species : Apolemichthys trimaculatus
Authority : Cuvier, 1831