The Indo-Pacific Sergeant has a white body with five black bars. The upper part of the body usually has a yellow tint. The tail is unmarked, unlike the similar Scissortail Sergeant which has a black stripe along each lobe of the tail.
Common Sergeant, Five-banded Damsel-fish, Five-banded Sergeant-major.
inshore waters, coral reefs
The Indo-Pacific Sergeant is found in waters of the Indo-Pacific and Central Pacific. In Australia, it is found from the central coast of Western Australia, around the Northern Territory, Queensland, New South Wales coast, and south to Bass Strait.
|Common Name:||Indo-Pacific Sergeant|
Relatives in same Genus
Narrow-Banded Sergeant Major (A. bengalensis)
Scissortail Sergeant (A. sexfasciatus)