FRED MCCONNAUGHEY / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY FRED MCCONNAUGHEY / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Blue-green chromis fish (Chromis viridis) above table coral (Acropora latistella). This fish, also known as a blue-green damselfish, inhabits shallow reefs in the tropical Indo-Pacific region. It lives in close association with branching corals, in which it hides from predators. It feeds on plankton, mostly taking plant material. It can reach a length of around eight centimetres. Its bright colour and small size make it a popular aquarium fish.
Model release not required. Property release not required.