Fiji Blue Devil Damselfish



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Fiji Blue Devil Damselfish also called the Southern Seas Devil Damselfish or Village Belle, is blue with a yellow belly. It is aggressive and is not recommended to mix with other species or other passive aquarium fish. It's better when it is paired with larger tank mates in aquariums of 30 gallons or more. The South Seas Devil Damsel eats many meaty products as well as herbivore-based preparations and flaked food items. Approximate Purchase Size: Small 1/2" to 1" Medium 1" to 2" Large 2" to 3"      
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General info about Fiji Blue Devil Damselfish Fiji Blue Devil Damselfish is blue with an orange belly. It is considered to be aggressive and is not recommended to mix with other species or other passive fish. It's better when it is paired with large saltwater fish, especially in a medium or large sized tank.    
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6 lbs


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