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Chrysiptera biocellata (Quoy & Gaimard 1825), the Twinspot Damsel, Twospot Demoiselle... Indo-west Pacific, Africa's east coast out to Samoa. To three inches in length. Offered in the trade from time to time. Can be feisty toward other tankmates... should be kept with tough fishes only. Pictured is an adult (2") in the Maldives.
 


Chrysiptera bleekeri (Fowler & Bean 1928), Bleeker's Damsel. Western Central Pacific; Timor, Flores (and this report of Lombok), Indonesia and the  Philippines. To about three inches in length. Photo made off of N. Sulawesi, Indonesia. 



Chrysiptera parasema (Fowler 1918), the Yellow-Tail Blue Damsel. Contending for first place as "most used member of the family of Damselfishes". From the western Pacific. To two and a half inches.  Hardy and relatively easygoing. Here in N. Sulawesi, Indo.
 


Chrysiptera rollandi (Whitley 1961), Rolland's Demoiselle. Indo-Australia Archipelago. To a mere one and three quarters inch in length. In Pulau Redang, Malaysia.
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