Guess the Fish!

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I guess it is not Royal Gramma. Light color of the eyes is wrong and the color is wrong. Shape of the head is wrong too
 

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Sunshine Chromis?
 

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If it’s not a Royal Gramma, maybe a Bicolor Dottyback, though, I haven’t seen either of those with yellow eyes (I guess morphs could happen). Maybe even Spanish Hogfish but that seems too yellow for this... I think it’s also too long for a damsel...
 

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If it’s not a Royal Gramma, maybe a Bicolor Dottyback, though, I haven’t seen either of those with yellow eyes (I guess morphs could happen). Maybe even Spanish Hogfish but that seems too yellow for this... I think it’s also too long for a damsel...
 

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is it a damsel? I was going to say royal gramma, ventralis anthias .. but if its a damsel.. possibly, Talbot, Tracy's, Sunshine,
 

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Tracey's Damselfish - Chrysiptera traceyi
 
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No on the Tracey's

I did mention it's a damsel species on my last post..........it is a semi- rare species that I've only seen for sale a few times over the past 2-3 years.

People that see it in person are surprised when I tell them it's a damsel, because of it's longish body.
 

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Chrysiptera bleekeri is gonna be my best bet, but there also rapanui which is very elongated. But vaiuli seems to have the right coloring.
 
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