The Yellow Belly Blue Damselfish is accurately named for its unique markings. Yellow Belly Blue Damselfish are omnivores and should be fed a varied diet of frozen and prepared foods. These fish are renowned for their hardiness, and can be kept by even the beginning aquarium enthusiast. These fish can be kept with other fish of peaceful disposition, but should not be kept with other members of the damselfish family. These fish make great inhabitants of reef aquariums, and they love the many spaces to hide in.
Origin: Indo-Pacific Ocean
Size: Can grow to 3-5 inches in length.
Feeding: Omnivore, can be fed a wide variety of foods from flake, to live and frozen foods.
Aquarium: Saltwater, can be kept in a reef aquarium.
Minimum Tank Size: 35 Gallons
Behavior: Peaceful as juveniles, as they get older they can get territorial
Care: Beginner to moderate level.