Two Stripe Damselfish



The Two Stripe Damselfish is also called The Reticulate Dascyllus or Reticulated Damselfish is a very popular fish. Two dark bands wrap around the silver-green body of its shimmering on its front and on the rear, just in front of its blue-green tail. A 30 gallon or bigger aquarium can be a good choice with plenty of hiding spots. Because of its aggressive nature when it is an adult is likely to work well alongside other aggressive fish within a tank. It is not likely to harm invertebrates or disturb the tank's environment. It'll require food items that are meaty, herbivore dishes, and flaked food items. Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 3/4" to 1-1/4"; Medium: 1-1/4" - 2"  
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General information regarding Two Stripe Damselfish The Two Stripe Damselfish is a striped fish with two dark bands that encircle its shimmering silver-green body in the front and back, just in the direction of the blue-green tail. A large or medium aquarium with numerous hiding spots is great. Because of its aggressive nature, it will work well alongside other aggressive fish. It won't hurt invertebrates nor disrupt the tank's setting.  
Large, Medium, Small
6 lbs


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