Can anyone tell me what this fish is called!?

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I bought 2 of the springerii damsels as they are supposed to be a utility fish to eat and control red flatworms

when I had a outbreak I tried every fish possible and was able to eradicate them without using chemicals .

having 230 gals I was luckily able to try as many different animals
 
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Ha ha. .
I agree They are very pretty but this started off as one single frag .
They can be invasive if not kept under control

pulsing Xenia , waving hands and I’m sure they have a few other names .

if you were local I would gladly donate a few for you to try
Thank you! Ill definitely keep that in mind.
 

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Can anyone tell me what this fish is called!?​

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Hello,
I recently went to a Exotic Fish and Coral store. I noticed this small blue fish and wanted to know what it is called so I could do some research on it prior to putting into my nano tank. The kid working there was clueless so I’m taking it here.
Can anyone help figure it out. I attached a video.
Looks like springieri damsel
 
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