The Three-spot Dascyllus is bluish with dark scale margins. Juveniles have a white spot on the forehead and one on each side of the body. The forehead spot disappears with age and the side spots fades.
length to 13cm
lagoons and coral reefs. Juveniles are often associated with large sea anemones. Adults swim in small to large groups.
algae, copepods and other small crustaceans.
Three-spot Dascyllus is found in the Indo-West Pacific, from the Red Sea , through South-east Asia, Japan, and south to Australia. In Australia tit is found from the north-western coast of Western Australia and the northern Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, south to southern New South Wales.
|Common Name:||Three-spot Dascyllus|
Relatives in same Genus
Humbug (D. aruanus)