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Kermadec Demoiselle

Kermadec Demoiselle
Image by Samara Nicholas, published on 21/09/2012

The Kermadec demoiselle (Chrysiptera rapanui) is one of the most abundant fishes at the Kermadecs, but they look nothing like the demoiselles on the mainland. The Kermadec demoiselle are endemic and pretty hard to spot if you not sure what you looking for.

Tags: Experiencing Marine Reserves | Snorkeling | Magical Marine Reserves & Marine Parks | Kermadec Islands | NZ Biodiversity | Marine habitats | NZ Inshore Fish | Demoiselles | Fish general | FishID | Kermadec

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