Webers Chromis



The Webers Chromis is found in schools all over and around the islands of South Pacific. The chromis is blue, with iridescent green sides that accent the sleek body and black-lined lyre tails. Webers Chromis are tough fish that can be used in a fish only tank, or an aquarium with a reef. They are a lot of fun to keep in schools of three or more.
Webers chromis are hardy fish that can be found in numerous aquariums. Webers Chromis are usually kept for a long time in small groups and are used by novices to begin the hobby. It can also be kept in larger groups in tanks for show. It is a peaceful fish and can provide an impressive impact on the aquarium. The Chromis weberi will live from 8 to 15 years old in an aquarium that has high water quality.
The diet must be varied and include meaty food items including herbivore flakes, herbivore, and frozen dishes. Consuming foods that are vitamin-rich can aid in maintaining color. Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1/2" to 1"; Medium: 1" to 2"; Large: 2" to 3"  
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General information on Webers Chromis The Webers Chromis is found in schools all over and around the islands of South Pacific. The chromis is blue and has greenish iridescence sides, accentuating the sleek body, and black-lined lyretails. Webers Chromis are tough fish that can be in an aquarium that is purely fish-only, or an aquarium with reefs. They can be kept in groups of three or more. Webers Chromis are commonly kept long-term, in smaller schools and utilized by novices to get started in the hobby. It can also be kept in larger classes as part of show tank. It is a tranquil fish that adds an impressive impact to the tank.  
Large, Medium, Small
6 lbs


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