Barrier Reef Chromis
The Barrier Reef Chromis often referred to as The Yellow-back Puller or Shining Puller can be found in schools throughout all of the Coral Sea. This fish is dark with a stripe that is diagonally running from the eye up to the dorsal fin. The stripe above the fish appears yellow, while below it is silver. It is a tough fish that can be found in a variety of aquariums. It is usually kept for long periods, in small schooling, and is a good choice for the reef aquarium. It is a tranquil fish that adds an impressive effect to your tank. The Barrier Reef Chromis can live between 8 and 15 year old in an aquarium with well-maintained water. The food choices should be varied and comprise of meaty foods such as herbivore flakes, herbivore, and frozen meals. Consuming foods that are vitamin-rich can aid in keeping the vibrant hue. Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 3/4" to 1-1/4" Medium: 1-1/4" to 2" Large: 2" to 3" Xlarge: 3" to 4"
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Barrier Reef Chromis Information The Barrier Reef Chromis (Chromis nitida) as the name implies is found across The Great Barrier Reef of Australia. They sport a white body with a black diagonal line and a yellow dorsal portion. They feed on tiny planktonic crustaceans like mysis and krill, and are a great choice for heavily rocked aquariums. They can be kept as a single or in pairs and schools. They grow to an average dimension of 3 inches. However, they shouldn't be kept in an aquarium that houses larger, predatory fish. They're suitable for reef aquariums, but they shouldn't be kept in a tank with smaller valuable invertebrates, like Venus Shrimp or Bumblebee Shrimp since they might attempt to consume them. They should be kept in an aquarium of at least 20 gallons.
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