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This article is about the Hoopfish. You may be looking for the Spinefish.

The Hoopfish is a common, passive fauna species that can be found in many biomes.

The Hoopfish is fairly easy to catch, as it doesn't retreat upon being approached by the player, and is easily recognized due to its bright bioluminescent glows.

Cooked Hoopfish have moderate Food properties.

AppearanceEdit

The Hoopfish has a slim build, featuring a dark violet colored body that gradually transitions into blue towards the head, which has a bright neon green color. It has two green eyes, a small dorsal fin and a purple caudal fin that wraps around its end.

The Hoopfish's most distinct feature is the bright green bioluminescent antennae extending from the top and bottom of its head and bends around its tail forming a hoop.

Behavior Edit

The Hoopfish is a rather slow swimmer, and is mostly seen forming shoals in various biomes. It would often try to flee if approached by the player.

Uses in CraftingEdit

HoopfishArrow-right (1)FabricatorArrow-right (1)Cooked Hoopfish
HoopfishSalt DepositArrow-right (1)FabricatorArrow-right (1)Cured Hoopfish

Energy ValueEdit

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Data Bank EntryEdit

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Small, school-mentality prey fish with a unique method of propulsion.

  1. Antennae:
    Rather than swimming, this lifeform uses the fine green antennae which encircle its body to alter the composition of the water in front of it, allowing it to 'sail' into the low density space created.
  2. Purple/Green Coloration:
    May be a camouflage adaptation for mid-range light wavelengths, possibly indicating the hoopfish is more active at dawn and dusk.


Assessment: Edible

Gallery Edit

TriviaEdit

  • There is a subspecies of the Hoopfish called the Spinefish that dwells exclusively in the Blood Kelp Zone and in the Lost River.
  • The Data Bank Entry for the Hoopfish states that it changes the compisition of the water infront of it to propel itself through the water. In spite of this the Hoopfish ingame still pumps it's tail like a normal fish when it moves.