Coral Sea Gregory

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The Coral Sea Gregory (Stegastes gascoynei) is a tropical fish species that is also commonly referred to as the Gold-Belly Gregory. It is a member of the ‘Damselfishes’ family Pomacentridae. It can be found in the waters of the Coral Sea and the Tasman Sea and along the Great Barrier Reef down to the waters of Solitary Islands Marine Park in northern New South Wales – Australia. This species varies in colouration from brown all over to a gold colouration with brown shading on the upper dorsal section. The belly and anal fin are orange-gold in colour. The scale margins form a series of lines on both sides of the body. This species can be found on coral and rocky reefs. The Coral Sea Gregory (Stegastes gascoynei) grows to a maximum length of approximately 15cm.

Family: Pomacentridae

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