Description: Bluelined hulafish are also known as Braun’s hulafish. They have a dark blue elongated body with an iridescent blue stripe running horizontally from head to tail. The underside is white. They have a small rounded head and a pointed tail.
Size: These small fish reach lengths of three inches (8 cm).
Behavior: The Bluelined hulafish is a schooling fish and can be found in large numbers. Their common name, hulafish, refers to their undulating swimming motion.
Diet: This fish feeds on zooplankton.
Reproduction: Females produce a large egg mass that is guarded by the male parent until hatching.
Habitat/range: These fish are found in the subtropical waters of Australia.
Status: This species is not evaluated for IUCN Red List