Bull Huss - Scyliorhinus Stellaris
Bass / Beam
Suitable DisplayReef Tank
Long slender shark, very similar to the Cat shark.
It also has rows of sharp teeth and darker blotches are spotted down its back.Has a robust body with a broad, rounded head and two dorsal fins placed far back. The skin is rough, similar to the texture of sand paper.
It is generally found amongst rocks or algea at a depth of 20–60 m.
Have nocturnal habits and generally hide inside small holes during the day, often associating with other Bull Huss. As a predator, it feeds on a range of bony fishes, smaller sharks, crustaceans.
Females deposit large, thick-walled egg cases, two at a time, from March to October, securing them to bunches of seaweed. The eggs take 7–12 months to hatch