The most brightly and attractive mandarin fish is belongs to the family of the dragonet. It is inhabitant to the Pacific, varying about from the Ryukyu Islands south to Australia. Mandarin fish color is blue due to its cellular pigment and they are reef dwellers, preferring sheltered lagoons and inshore reefs. It is found in the deep sea of about 1-10m from the land surface. The scientific name of these attractive deep sea creatures is Synchiropus splendidus.
Normally a nonviolent fish, but can be defensive and battle with similar species of the similar sex. It size ranges about 2-2.5 ft and it named as the most colorful fish in the world.The male Mandarin be likely to be bigger than the female and has a big sharp dorsal fin that is merely not often showed. Mandarins are tremendously sluggish and float, using their front fins while looking for food. Even Mandarins that take prepared foods have a hard time contending with quicker fish for the scraps.