Honeycomb Cowfish Small (1-3 inches)

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Honeycomb Cowfish Small (1-3 inches)

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  • 5
    Honeycomb Cowfish came healthy

    Posted by Sheila Ambush on 2nd Apr 2020

    I love him because he looks like he’s blowing you a kiss . Saltwater fish store store is the best .

  • 4
    box fish

    Posted by jason_13@aol.com on 17th Feb 2020

    this fish so cute. he starting eating meating. but my new angel must scare him so he jump out the tank. Look to get more of this fish

  • 5
    Active fish

    Posted by Carlos Delgado on 23rd Jan 2020

    Start eating frozen mysis first day, active and fun to watch.

  • 3
    Honeycomb cowfish

    Posted by Michael Wallin on 7th Dec 2019

    Had a bit of a scare since the larger of the 2 cowfish had a leaking bag and arrived with very little water in it's bag, but after a few hours it fully recovered and has been very active

  • 5

    Posted by Nicole on 3rd Nov 2019

    They are shy still getting used to everything but active fun to watch i want more. Love them so much . only thing is the shipping cost its high but its worth it.

  • 5

    Posted by David Machynski on 31st Oct 2019

    swimming around fins all up looks good and healthy They sent just the right size I wanted

  • 5
    Honeycomb Cowfish

    Posted by Jeffrey Ramsey on 26th Feb 2019

    These fish are so strange yet so amazing. He is already eating good.

  • 5

    Posted by Ken on 11th Aug 2018

    This little guy is so stinkin cute!
    Bigger than I thought and big blue eyes. He ate the 2nd day and follows us around he tank. Plays well with others. His name shall be Moo.

  • 4
    fun to watch

    Posted by Tiffany on 3rd Aug 2018

    We all enjoy watching this cowfish. We have not noticed any behavior that would cause reef concern, however all literature on honeycomb cowfish suggest that these fish basically hunt off of the reef. Listing states reef safe," but be aware; each animal is unique. We have not seen our cowfish eat any type of food yet. The coloration does not match what is typical for a honeycomb juvenile, but closer to a decaying adult.