Blue-scribbled Damsel, Pomacentrus nagasakiensis Tanaka 1917


Other Names: Nagasaki Damsel, Sandy Damsel

A Blue-scribbled Damsel, Pomacentrus nagasakiensis, in the Dampier Marine Park, Western Australia. Source: Rick Stuart-Smith / Reef Life Survey. License: CC by Attribution


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Dianne J. Bray, Pomacentrus nagasakiensis in Fishes of Australia, accessed 17 Aug 2019, http://fishesofaustralia.net.au/Home/species/2348

Blue-scribbled Damsel, Pomacentrus nagasakiensis Tanaka 1917

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Distribution

Inhabits sandy areas in lagoon and on seaward reefs, where they occur in small groups with outcrops of soft coral patches or gorgonians.

Author

Dianne J. Bray

Blue-scribbled Damsel, Pomacentrus nagasakiensis Tanaka 1917

References


Kerrigan, B.A. 1996. Temporal patterns in size and condition at settlement in two tropical reef fishes (Pomacentridae: Pomacentrus amboinensis and P. nagasakiensis). Marine Ecology Progress Series 135: 27-41.

Milicich, M.J., M.G. Meekan & P.J. Doherty. 1992. Larval supply: a good predictor of recruitment of three species of reef fish (Pomacentridae), Marine Ecology Progress Series 86: 153-166.

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CAAB Code:37372119

Depth:5-60 m

Habitat:Reef associated

Max Size:10 cm TL

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