The Tracey’s Damselfish has caused a sensation among collectors, aficionados, and hobbyists that appreciate the rare and the beautiful. As a relatively new arrival to the aquarium trade, the Tracey’s Damselfish is not as well known as other damselfish in the aquarium hobby but leaves a lasting impression thanks to its exquisite and unique coloration.
This magnificent Damselfish sports an exhilarating combination of regal purple coloration that transitions to a rich canary-yellow coloration that punctuates the anterior portion of the fish. Gradations of warm pink and orange coloration reminiscent of a sunset, beautifully accentuates the dominant purple and yellow coloration to dramatic effect.
Similar in care as other Damselfish, the Tracey’s Damselfish requires a 30-gallon or larger aquarium with numerous hiding places. Though the Tracey’s Damselfish will tend to ignore other fish, invertebrates, or corals, some may be territorial towards its own kind or similar-sized fish. Keep the Tracey’s Damselfish in small groups of odd numbered fish in suitably sized systems for a truly impressive display.
Provide your Tracey’s Damselfish a variety of meaty foods such as frozen mysis or brine shrimp, herbivore preparations, and flaked foods