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Chrysiptera taupou (Southseas devil, Fiji damsel)
Subject: Chrysiptera taupou (Southseas devil, Fiji damsel)
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FMIB 51955 Abudefduf taupu Jordan & Seale Type - Chrysiptera taupou (Southseas devil, Fiji damsel).jpeg
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Chrysiptera taupou (Southseas devil, Fiji damsel)

David Starr Jordan (1851–1931)
English: Abudefduf taupu Jordan & Seale. Type
Subject: Pomacentridae
Tag: Fish
Date 1907
English: Jordan, David Starr (1907) Fishes, New York City, NY: Henry Holt and Company

Chrysiptera taupou, known commonly as the southseas devil, southseas demoiselle, and Fiji damsel, is a species of damselfish. It is native to the western Pacific Ocean from the Coral Sea to Samoa. This fish reaches about 8 centimeters in length. Habitat types include reefs and lagoons. The fish pairs up to breed and the male guards and tends the eggs. Order: Perciformes, Family: Pomacentridae, Genus: Chrysiptera, Species: Chrysiptera taupou Jordan & Seale, 1906.

Southseas demoiselle
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