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Neoglyphidodon nigroris (Cuvier 1830), Behn's Damsel. Western Pacific and eastern Indian Ocean. To three and a half inches in length. The bright yellow and two horizontal black band juveniles are used quite often in the trade. At right a juv. in captivity. A juvenile in S. Sulawesi, Indo.
 


Neoglyphidodon nigroris (Cuvier 1830), Behn's Damsel. Western Pacific and eastern Indian Ocean. To three and a half inches in length. The bright yellow and two horizontal black band juveniles are used quite often in the trade. At right a juv. in captivity. An adult in N. Sulawesi, Indo.



Neoglyphidodon oxyodon (Bleeker 1858), the most commonly named "Jewel Damsel" in the aquarium interest is called the Javanese Damsel to science. Indo-Australian Archipelago. To six inches total length, and a tough customer nearing larger size. 
 


Neoglyphidodon polyacanthus (Ogilby 1889), the Multispine Damselfish. To five and a half inches in length. The smallest juveniles of this species are good-looking all yellow with a bold blue line and ocellus. Sub-adult in Fiji.
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