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Yellowtail Damselfish Juvenile

Microspathodon chrysurus


Dark blue with a translucent to whitish tail, changes to yellow with maturity. Brilliant blue dots over the body and fins.


Hunting Caye, Belize Reef tops; juveniles often inhabit areas of fire coral.


Juveniles often inhabit areas of fire coral on reef tops. Juveniles sometimes called jewelfish because of bright blue dots.

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Spotted on Oct 13, 2013
Submitted on Nov 12, 2013

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