Amblypomacentrus clarus – Banggai Damselfish

Not much is known about Amblypomacentrus clarus. They are reef inhabitants who only grow to 6 centimeters long. They are not found in the aquarium hobby.

Amblypomacentrus clarus – Banggai Damselfish

Not much is known about Amblypomacentrus clarus. Their common name is Banggai damselfish. They were officially described in 2000 by Allen and Adrim.

They can reach a maximum length of around six centimeters. The habitat of this species is around Indonesia. They inhabit the reefs at depths of 15 to 25 meters.

It is not known whether they have ever been successfully kept in an aquarium.

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