Pearl-spot Chromis (Chromis notata) - Wiki
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[Photo] Chromis notata (Deutsch: Chromis notatus. English: Pearl-spot chromis. Italiano: Chromis notata. 日本語: スズメダイ Chromis notatus notatus). Author Izuzuki http://www.izuzuki.com/
The pearl-spot chromis, Chromis notata, is a damselfish of the family Pomacentridae, found in the northwest Pacific from southern Japan, the Ryukyu Islands, Taiwan, and China, at depths of between 2 and 15 m. Its length is up to 17 cm.
The pearl-spot chromis has a prominent white spot just behind the posterior base of the soft dorsal fin. It inhabits inshore and offshore coral or rocky reefs.
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