Pink Smith Damselfish

Latin name: (Pomacentrus smithi)

Care Level

Easy

Temperament

Semi-aggressive

Color(s)

Red, White

Diet

Omnivore

Preferred Conditions

Easy

Avg. Max Size

2¾"

Minimum Tank Size

Family

Pomacentridae

The Pink Smith Damselfish, also known as Smith’s Damselfish, is a gorgeous species of fish native to the Indo-Pacific region. It has a striking body color of silvertone to white with pink outlining the edges. This makes it a popular choice for aquariums. Furthermore, it is a hardy species and known to be quite active in its environment. Therefore, it is an ideal choice for those looking for an active fish in their aquarium. With proper care, the Pink Smith Damselfish can live up to 3 years in captivity. It is also an excellent choice for those first learning about aquariums.

A small group of fish should be housed in an aquarium that is 30 gallons or larger. This size of aquarium will ensure adequate swimming space and provide enough room for a thriving environment. Live rock in the tank will also help to create a natural habitat for the fish, offering places for them to hide and establish territories. In addition, adding other decorations such as plants or coral will further help to break up the area and create a more realistic ecosystem. Finally, be sure to research the specific requirements of the fish before deciding on a tank size and stocking level for your aquarium. With the right setup, your fish are sure to thrive and enjoy their new home.

Feed the Pink Smith Damselfish a variety of foods to keep them healthy and happy. These include frozen brine, mysis shrimp, dried seaweed, and flake foods.

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