Yellow-tailed Damselfish
Chrysiptera hemicyanea

The Yellow-tailed Damselfish has a mostly bright electric blue body and a yellow caudal fin. The tips of the dorsal and anal fins may also be yellow. These are hardy fish that are good for beginners or for cycling a new tank. They are okay in groups when they are young but may become aggressive as they grow. They are ideal for reef aquariums and will not harm invertebrates. Yellow-tailed damselfish are easy to feed and will eat most small meaty frozen and dried foods.

Size: 3.2" (inches)
Care Level: Easy Beginer
Temperament: Passive when young, more aggressive with age.
Reef Safe: Yes
Diet: Carnivore
Origin: Pacific

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