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Damselfish are colorful, hardy and active marine fish well suited for beginning marine aquarists. The 3-Striped Damsel, a popular fish, is named for its three bold black bands.
- Approximate selling size: 1.25-2.25"
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- Popular fish for beginners and experienced fish tank owners
- Related to clownfish
- Very active and hardy
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- Primary BrandPetco Marine Fish
- Days to ShipUsually Leaves Warehouse the Next Business Day
Should be fed a variety of foods including, but not limited to nori seaweed, pellet food, brine shrimp, and frozen omnivore preparations.
|Water Parameters-SG Min||1.02|
|Scientific Name||Dascyllus aruanus|
|Pet Max Length||4 IN|
|Water Parameters-PH Min||8.1|
|Min Water Temp||72 F|
|Water Parameters-DKH Max||12|
|Water Parameters-SG Max||1.025|
|Pet Min Length||0 IN|
|Water Parameters-PH Max||8.4|
|Max water Temp||78 F|
|Water Parameters-DKH Min||8|
Damselfish are colorful, hardy and active marine fish well suited for beginning marine aquarists. These close relatives of clownfish are one of the most familiar and recognizable marine fish. TheThree-Striped Damsel, a popular fish, has three bold black bands alternating with bands of white. It is also known as the Humbug Dascyllus.Three-Striped Damsel - Living Conditions Although this species does not harm inverts or corals, as an adult, this fish becomes moderately aggressive and should be housed with fish of similar temperament. In nature, this species is found around branching corals. Although this species has been known to live symbiotically with anemones in the wild, these fish will eventually leave for to swim around corals and in caves.