Bicolor damselfish

The Bicolor damselfish lives in the reef-associated, non-migratory, marine, depth range 0 - 100 m environment.

bicolor damselfish (Pomacentrus partitus), on Florida reefs consists of multiple, disseminated neurofibromas (including plexiform lesions), malignant schwannomas, and hyperpigmented epidermal lesions. Based on similarities to von Recklinghausen neurofibromatosis, we have termed this disease damselfish neurofibromatosis. More

Threat sensitivity in bicolor damselfish : Effects of sociality and body size Auteur(s) / Author(s) HELFMAN G. S. (1) ; WINKELMAN D. L. More

diseased bicolor damselfish in Florida and the Caribbean Dataset Series Name: Marine Biology Dataset Release Date: 2001 Dataset Release Place: Dordrecht, The Netherlands Dataset Publisher: Springer-Verlag GmbH Location Keywords OCEAN > ATLANTIC OCEAN > More

The Bicolor Damselfish is a reef fish that can be found by scuba divers and snorkelers in the Western Atlantic Ocean. This is our totally cute Scubadorable version of the Bicolor Damselfish. More

And, the bicolor damselfish is one of the most common of the damselfish species. A relatively tiny fish, usually only two to three inches long, although they can reach a maximum size of four inches. More

The standard length of the adult bicolor damselfish is twenty-nine millimeters. This image was taken with a Nikon D1X 5.47-megapixel camera with a 105-millimeter f/2.8D AF Micro-Nikkor lens and dual Nikon SB28 flash units. More

Common names

bicolor damselfish in English
Chopita bicolor in Spanish (español)
jaqueta bicolor in Spanish (español)
Leopoldito medio luto in Spanish (español)
双色真雀鲷 in Mandarin Chinese
双色雀鲷 in Mandarin Chinese
深裂眶鋸雀鯛 in Mandarin Chinese
深裂眶锯雀鲷 in Mandarin Chinese
雙色真雀鯛 in Mandarin Chinese
雙色雀鯛 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Pomacentridae
Genus : Stegastes
Species : Stegastes partitus
Authority : Poey, 1868