Lined chromis

Chromis lineata is a Chromis from the Indo-Pacific.

The Lined chromis lives in the reef-associated, non-migratory, marine, depth range 2 - 35 m environment.

Lined chromis; Chromis chromis; Lined dottyback; Lined sole; Lined seedeater; Lined rockskipper; Lined fangblenny; Three-lined pencilfish; Lined hogfish; Lined antshrike; Lined gecko; 14-lined ctenotus; Lined topminnow; Lined butterflyfish; Lined chiton; Lined dartfish; Two-lined salamander; Lined seahorse; Lined surgeonfish; Chromis More

Another name for a Lined chromis is a Chromis lineata Source: Digital Fish Funnel, August 6, 2004 report as bad entry | send to a friend via email Add your own definition of Lined chromis. More

The Lined Chromis (chromis lineate) is the smallest member of the Damselfish family at around 5cm, while the largest found in Asian Pacific waters is the Indo-pacific Sergeant Major (Abudefduf vaigiensis) at up to 19cm. More

The orange lined Chromis is supposed to lose his color when he's juvenile he's blue with a orange stripe but is his adult form he's brown with a white tail... More

Common names

Castañuela in Spanish (español)
lined chromis in English
Lined puller in English
線紋光鰓魚 in Mandarin Chinese
线纹光鳃鱼 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Pomacentridae
Genus : Chromis
Species : Chromis lineata
Authority : Fowler and Bean, 1928