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Pseudochromis splendens, the Splendid Dottyback. Eastern Indonesia and Northwest Australian waters. To three inches in length. A commonly cultured, and for the group, very peaceful Dottyback species. A sunken bellied specimen photographed in a LFS in New Jersey. http://fishbase.sinica.edu.tw/
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Pseudochromis splendens, the Splendid Dottyback. Eastern Indonesia and Northwest Australian waters. To three inches in length. A commonly cultured, and for the group, very peaceful Dottyback species. Wakatobi, S. Sulawesi, Indo. pic.



Assessor flavissimus Allen & Kuiter 1976, the Yellow Devilfish. Great Barrier Reef (Australia) endemic. To a little over two inches in length. 
 


Calloplesiops altivelis Steindachner 1903, the Comet or Marine Betta. Indo-Pacific, including the Red Sea. To a bit over six inches. A shy species that requires a dark cave and peaceful tankmates to thrive. Aquarium image.
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