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  • Micki Connors Barilotti

    Your favorite color Ana, pretty fishes.

  • Diane

    sea life

  • Misty Evelyn

    Beautiful Fish

  • Jayne James Designs

    fish among the coral #fish #coral #reef #underwater #sea #ocean #marine #sealife #seacreatures #underwaterphotography

  • Hailey Steed

    Blue ocean life.

  • Carole Dagostino

    colors of the sea

  • Crystal Rector

    Green Chromis (Chromis viridis) is a species of damselfish. The Blue Green Chromis is a understated, but attractive small fish which is easily recognized by the uniform iridescent green coloring over their entire body. Chromis are perhaps the ultimate reef fish. Generally peaceful, most species are easy to take care of and quite colorful. The Green Chromis is excellent for the saltwater aquarium novice because it is a peaceful fish, and it is relatively inexpensive.

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