Staghorn Damselfish - Amblyglyphidodon curacao
Dauin, Oct 2012.
3 to 4.5 in. (7 to 11 cm). Pale greenish to whitish with three wide, dark green bars. Mid-body may be yellow.
Depth: 3-45 ft. (1-15 m) Distribution: West Pacific, Indonesia, Great Barrier Reef. Usually found in groups. Commonly shelter among branches of staghorn Acropora coral on coastal reefs, lagoons and outer slopes to 15 m.
''Amblyglyphidodon curacao'' also known as the Staghorn damselfish is a species of marine fish in the family Pomacentridae, the damselfishes and the clownfishes. It's widespread throughout the tropical waters of the western Pacific Ocean. This species is a small sized fish that can reach a maximum size of 11cm length.