The Garibaldi Damsel, Hypsypops rubicundus, is a undeniably gorgeous fish that has a deep orange sheen with scattered blue speckles across its body. This particular fish will ship as a juvenile, when the Garibaldi Damsel is the most beautiful when they also have blue-edged fins as well. The Garibaldi Damsel can grow up to 15 inches in the wild and 12 inches in captivity. The Garibaldi Damsel is hardy but will grow large, and sometimes aggressive, so be careful to house it with tank members who can defend themselves, and do not house with other individuals of Garibaldi Damsel. They should be placed in a tank no less than 100 gallons (if more fish, larger tank) with plenty of live rock for them to hide. The larger the tank, the more space for the Garibaldi Damsel and its tank mates meaning the less chance the either become territorial and aggressive. They will take a variety of foods including frozen shrimps and dry foods. Overall, the Garibaldi Damsel is a really interesting fish to have. They are rather uncommon in the aquarium trade and make great reef compatible fish is kept under the right tank conditions and with the right tank mates. If done, they are extremely hardy and easy to care for.