Lightning Double Bar Chromis Information
Also referred to as Double Puller, Doublebar Puller, Double-barred Chromis, Lightning Chromis, and Doublebar Lightning Chromis.
They are found in small and medium-sized schools, on reef crests with moderate currents of deep lagoons, as well as outlying reef slopes.
Damselfish lay eggs. The first step is clearing a space to make a nest. They then begin mating dances that involve fast swimming and fin movements. In this period, males usually turn one or two shades darker and exhibit white streaks. The breedind process occurs in the early morning hours.
Lightning Double Bar Chromis Diet
They feed on algae and zooplankton.