Scientific Name: Chrysiptera Cyanea
Size: 6 centimetres (2.5 inches)
Temperature: 22°C – 26°C (72°F – 78°F)
Origin: Pacific Ocean
- Scientific Name- Chrysiptera Cyanea
- Family- Pomacentridae
- Origin- Pacific Ocean
- Size- 6 centimetres (2.5 inches)
- Temperature- 22°C – 28°C (72°F – 78°F)
- PH – 8.1 to 8.4
- Specific Gravity (Salinity) – 1.020 to 1.025
- Aquarium Size (Minimum)- 120 Litres (30 gallons)
- Appearance (Physical Description)- Yellow on the mouth, face, and into the belly region and tail. It also has a black lightning stripe going backward from the eye.
- Diet- brine shrimp and mysid shrimp, frozen herbivore preparations and flakes. Vitamin-enriched foods will help to keep their colouration bright.
- Feeding Frequency – daily
- Compatibility- *See Compatibility chart*
- Aggression – Highly territorial
- Difficulty to keep – easy
- Captive Breeding – yes
The Blue Devil Damselfish is a great beginner fish as it is a very tough fish and is easy to maintain. The only difficulty would be that this species is highly territorial, which would include spawning sites and shelter sites for protection. They would only show aggression towards species that compete for similar environments, such as butterfly fish and surgeonfish. It would therefore be advised to only introduce this fish once other fish have established themselves. If this is considered and controlled then the Blue Devil Damselfish is a great reef fish to have and will add some vibrancy to the aquarium.