• Damselfish

Damselfish

Chromis viridis

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A common coral reef species

From the Pomacentridae family, damselfish owe their name to their small size and bright colours. They are common to coral reefs where they can find food. They take refuge amongst rocks and coral to protect themselves from their predators.
  • Average size: 4 to 8 cm
  • Average weight: 15 g
  • IUCN red list status: Not evaluated (NE)

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