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(including anemonefish) 

This huge family includes some of the most famous of all coral reef fish...

Family Pomacentridae, 'Damselfish'

Pomacentrus spp. 'Damsels'

(Turquoise Bay, Ningaloo, Western Australia)

 Pomacentrus milleri'Miller's Damsel'. The adults are dark, while the juveniles are yellow. Found on tropical and temperate coral reefs in western Indian Ocean, and northern Australia.

Pomacentrus vaiuli, 'Princess Damsel', 'Beau Gregory Damselfish', 'Ocellated Damsel'. Widespread; found on coral reefs throughout western pacific and eastern Indian Ocean.

Amblyglyphidodon aureus, 'Golden Damselfish'. Found around the drop off edge of clear coral reefs through central Indo-Pacific, including Northern Australia, New Guinea and Indonesia.

Abudefduf spp., 'Sergeants'

These fish are known as 'sergants' as they "have their stripes". They are common and many species come up for handouts during fish feeding. 

(Aitutaki, Fiji)

Abudefduf sexfasciatus, 'Scisor-tail Sergeant'.

Amphiprion spp., 'Anemonefish' 'Nemos'

These famous fish are always found near or within the tentacles of a host anemonefish.

Amphiprion ocellarus, 'False/Common Clownfish', (Misool, Indonesia).

Amphiprion melanopus 'Red and Black Anemonefish', with Entacmaea quadricolor (Rajah Ampat, Indonesia).

Amphiprion frenatus, 'Tomato Clownfish' (Miyako Island, Japan).

Amphiprion rubrocinctus, 'Australian Anemonefish' (Turquoise Bay Ningaloo). Only found off the north west and top end coasts of Australia.

Well it looks like my first trip after the virus now might be as an Expedition leader in Tasmania with Coral Expeditions. If you can't go travelling until everything settles down, then until then, here I am doing online guided walks for Noble Caledonia and online lectures for Silversea.