Fiji Blue Devil Damselfish, also known as the South Seas Devil Damselfish or Village Belle, is blue with a yellow belly. It is considered aggressive and should not be mixed with its own species or passive fish. It does better with larger fish in aquariums 30 gallons or larger.
The South Seas Devil Damselfish feeds on a variety of meaty items, herbivore preparations, and flaked foods.
Approximate Purchase Size: Small 1/2" to 1" Medium 1" to 2" Large 2" to 3"
Dennis O Hill, MD
I set-up my first saltwater tank but was unsure of which fish to use. I wanted to keep the loss to a minimum so I used the Blue Devils to cycle my tank. They are hardy and adapted well to the new tank set-up. I highly recommend these fish to anyone.
My Blue Devil Damselfish rules her tank. She's set the whole 30-gallon tank up as her territory and will frequently chase off any other Damsels that come near her. Be careful to put this fish with fish that are at least semi-aggressive.