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The damselfish, also called virgin fish, coral fish or Pomacentridae, are a family of the order of Perciformes. They prefer tropical and subtropical waters, but a few species occur in the Mediterranean, the Black Sea or in brackish water front. Damselfish are considered well preserved, making them ideal for hunting and beginners. Depending on the type, they are between 4 and 35cm long. They tend to form areas, a feature that should definitely be considered when setting up the aquarium.
Other names: Blue Green Damselfish, Green Chromis, Green Puller.
Yellowtail Blue Damselfish, Yellow-tailed Damsel, Blue Damsel, Yellowtail Demoiselle, Sheephead, Goldtail Damsel, Jewellfish.
Other name: Four stripe Damselfish, Blacktail humbug, Blacktailed dascyllus,
Other names: Azure Damselfish, Kupang Damselfish, Yellow dipped damsel
Other names: Springer's blue damsel, Springer's damselfish
Other names: Domino Damselfish, Threespot Dascyllus, Threespot Demoiselle, 3-Spot Domino Damsel
Other names: White tailed damselfish, White tailed dascyllus, Three stripe damsel, Humbug dascyllus
Other names: Blue Damselfish, Blue Devil Damselfish, Sapphire Devil, Cornflower Sergeant-Major
Other name: Talbot's damselfish
Other name: Black Bar Puller
Other name: Yellow belly damsel
Other name: Andaman damsel
Other names: Damsel Fish, Five Finger, Pilotfish, Sargeant Major
Other names : Chocolate Dip / Half & Half Puller / Whitetail Chromis / Whitetail PullerSynonym : Chromis dimidiatus margaritifer
Other names: Yellowtail, Whitespotted devil
Other names: Blackmouth Damsel, Behn's Damsel, Yellowtail Damsel.
Other names: Blue pete, Bluedevil, Yellowbellied damsel,
Other name: Orange-tailed Damselfish
Other names: Bluebanded damselfish, Bluevelvet damsel, Javanese damsel
Other names: Bowtie Damselfish, Black Damselfish, Bluefin Damselfish, Yellow-back Damsel, Royal Damsel, Zulu Damsel