Scientific Name
Neopomacentrus taeniurus  
Neopomacentrus taeniurus條尾新雀鯛
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Author (Bleeker, 1856) Depth 0 - 3M
Chinese 條尾新雀鯛 Poisonous Fish No 
Family_Chinese 雀鯛科 Economic Fish No 
Family F411 Pomacentridae Edible Fish No  Chinese In Mainland China 條尾新雀鯛 
Max Length 10cm  Aquarium Fish Yes  Common Name 藍帶雀鯛、青紺仔、厚殼仔 
Distribution in World Middle West Pacific Ocean   Distribution in Taiwan West、South、North、PonFu 
Habitats Coral、Estuary、Fresh Water、Coastal  Holotype Locality Ambon I., Moluccas Is., Indonesia 
Synonyms Glyphidodon cochinensis, Glyphidodon fallax, Glyphisodon amboinensis, Pomacentrus inhacae, Pomacentrus rathbuni, Pomacentrus taeniurus   
Reference 臺灣魚類誌(沈等, 1993);Fishbase(2005);Fishes of Japan(Nakabo, 2002)  沈世傑 編 Shih-Chieh Shen ed. 1993 Nakabo T. 2002 Nakabo T. 2002 
Specimen List ASIZP0059111. ASIZP0060739. ASIZP0060742. FRIP01324. NTUM02888.  
Common Name Damselfish; Freshwater demoiselle; Fresh-water demoiselle 
Redlist Status NL Not in IUCN Redlist     
Characteristic Dorsal rays XII-XIII, 11-12; Anal rays II, 10-11; pectoral rays 17-19; lateral-line scales 16-17; body depth 2.2-2.6 in standard length. Upper and lower accessory caudal rays not spinous. Posterior margin of preopercle serrated. Both jaws with biserial teeth. Predorsal scales reaching above anterior nostril. Upper and lower lobes of caudal fin with filamentous posterior rays. Body brown with snall black spot on upper edge of opercle near orgin of lateral line and large one on upper part of pectoral-fin base; posterior part of dorsal and anal fins pale white to yellow; base of caudal fin dark brown, extending to outer margins of upper and lower lobes, middle of caudal fin pale white to yellow.
habitats Inhabits mangroves, estuaries, lower reaches of freshwater streams, and harbors with freshwater discharge. Also found in pure fresh water, but always within a few kilometers of the sea. Spawning may take place in both brackish and fresh waters. 
Distribution Distributed in the western Central Pacific from East Africa and Indonesia to the Solomon Islands, north to the Philippines and New Britain, Papua New Guinea south to northern Australia and Vanuatu; Belau [=Palau] in Micronesia. Reported from New Caledonia 
Utility No commercial value.