The Narrow-Banded Sergeant Major is a white fish with six or seven narrow black bands on the body. The tail has rounded lobes. They are seen as individuals or in small groups .
coral reefs, protected lagoons. Usually at depths from 0.5m to 8m.
algae, gastropods, small crabs
The Narrow-Banded Sergeant Major is found in tropical waters of the western Pacific from India to the Philippines and south to Australia. In Australia it is found along north-western coast of Western Australia, Northern Territory, Queensland, and south to central New South Wales coast.
|Common Name:||Narrow-Banded Sergeant Major|
Relatives in same Genus
Scissortail Sergeant (A. sexfasciatus)
Indo-Pacific Sergeant (A. vaigiensis)