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Pacific Gregory Damselfish
Stegastes fasciolatus
10 cm

Where Pacific Gregory Damselfish are found. Map from GBIF.
Count Log
You have not counted me yet. Visit the South Reef or North Reef , grab a tricoder, and click on me!

Encyclopedia of Life
Visit this species on the Encyclopedia of Life to find out more!
I am very protective of my home and my food! You will find me around dead coral or rocks that are covered in algae. I will chase off fish that try to steal my food. I may not be the most colorful fish, but being dull is a good thing for me! I easily blend in to my habitat. That makes it difficult for predators to see me.
Fun Facts
I am a farmer! I take care of my patch of turf algae, weeding it and making sure it grows well. I like algae that looks like really skinny spaghetti. Sometimes hard-stemmed, thick algae, called calcareous (kal-CARE-eeyus) algae, grows in my patch. I don't like this kind of algae, so I weed it out!
I love algae! Thin (filamentous) algae is my favorite and is an important type of turf algae. So you will often find me munching on my favorite kinds of turf algae. I will also eat tiny animals called zooplankton that live in my algae garden. Because I eat both plants and animals, I am an omnivore.
Reefs are in danger, and that means so is my home!