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Green Chromis

Green Chromis

The Green Chromis is not only an amazing coloured fish that adds a lot of presence to any tank, especially in groups, but is also a very hardy and easy to care for species.This is a very peaceful species, that eats well and does well in adding colour to any tank. The colouration of this fish ranges from a light blue to a pale green or turquoise form, all being very elegant under aquarium lighting. 

Requirements
The Green Chromis will do best in an aquarium of at least 40 litres, and larger if looking to home a shoal. Preferably they should be in a aquarium with a variety of live rock where they can dart in and out of holes and caves. This fish is hardy and usually manages well in all sorts of water conditions and will all sorts of tank mates. 

Suggestions
This is one of the most commonly used fish when forming a shoal in the home aquarium, as soon as a group have been added they will stick together and move together, creating a very unique and eye pleasing addition to any tank. This fish also holds a non-aggressive behaviour and will not harm clean up crew members. 

Feeding
This fish will thrive on a variety of meaty, herbivore, and flaked foods.

STATISTICS
Minimum Tank Size40 Litres
Care Level: Easy
Temperament: Peaceful
Reef Compatible: Yes
Water Conditions: 72-78° F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.020-1.025
Max. Size: 3½"
Colour Form: Blue
Diet: Omnivore
Family: Pomacentridae
Origin: Africa, Indonesia, Pen Raised
 

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Easy to Care For
3
Easy to Feed
3
Peaceful with Others
3
Reef Safe
3
Invertebrate Safe
3
Average
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  1. Pete, the goal here is to avoid shocking your corals. So you want to try and match the conditions as closely as possible and gradually introduce them to the new/future/desired state. Matching water chemistry is very important, as is matching lighting intensity. A PAR meter will help you with that. Try to start the corals out in an area of similar PAR to where they were in the old tank…and gradually move them into the spot you want, as you are able to confirm they are adjusting well.

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