yellow tailed damselfish

The yellowtail damselfish is a saltwater fish. The fish is very attractive and popular because of the bright blue color and yellow spots on the tail. It is suitable for small coral and rock aquarium. Enhance the beauty of the aquarium to the best level. The fish are not very big, their length limit is about 3 inches. They do not need large water tanks like other brides. Fish are beautiful, cheap, hardy, disease resistant and accept a variety of foods. Due to these points, it is suitable for beginners. A yellowtail virgin can live 5 years or more with good care. Breeding can be done in a home aquarium by providing a suitable environment. They are safe for reef tanks. Yellow-tailed weasels can be aggressive when foraging and defending a territory. Place 3-4 brides in the water, this will reduce their attack.

Underwater structure:
A 40 gallon tank is large enough to hold a few yellowtail damsels. For a large group, you need more space in the tank. Aquariums can have corals and many hiding places. Since the aquarium is an active swimmer, it should have plenty of room to swim horizontally.

Tank mate.
The yellow-tailed female is less aggressive than other females. However, they are still territorial and can kill other tankmates while defending their territory. Never add passive knights or they will die. A large tank gives them claim space and range, thereby reducing attacks by tankmates. You can stock them with tang, angelfish, triggerfish and hakefish. But keep an eye on them, if any conflicts arise, try to change the composition of the aquarium or try to separate them.

Nutrition :
The Yellowtail Damsel is an active eater and will take anything. They can eat flakes, pellets, spirulina, mysis shrimp, etc. Don't overfeed them even though they are always hungry. Feed them foods rich in protein and minerals so they don't lose their color as they grow.

Aquarium size : 30 liters for 1 fry

Temperature : 23-28 °C

Heat : Semi-Aggressive (State)

Size : 3 inches

Care : Easy

Diet : Omnivore (eats almost all foods)

Lifetime : 5 years
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