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Priacanthus arenatus refers to a species of fish commonly known as the black cardinalfish. It belongs to the family Priacanthidae and is found in the tropical waters of the Indo-Pacific region. This fish is characterized by its black and silver coloration and a spiny dorsal fin.
1. The priacanthus arenatus is often found near coral reefs, especially in the Maldives.
2. The black cardinalfish, or priacanthus arenatus, is a nocturnal species that hunts smaller fish at night.
3. During breeding season, male priacanthus arenatus display vibrant colors to attract females.
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