The Tazmanian Devil is a great fish to keep in a tank, and it is reef compatible. The Tazmanian Devil does not bother any sessile invertebrates present in the tank and can be kept safely in any reef aquarium. It is very easy to care, and makes a good choice for a beginner aquarist. The Tazmanian Devil grows up to 3 inches and should be kept in a tank not less than 30 gallons. The Tazmanian Devil is omnivores in nature and needs to be given a mixed diet of meaty foods and planktivores. The Tazmanian Devil is commonly referred to as the South Seas Devil Damselfish, Fiji Blue Devil Damselfish, Fiji Devil Damsel, Blue Star Damsel, Blue Star Damselfish, Tasmanian Devil Damsel, Australian Tasmanian Devil Damsel and Village Belle. The Tazmanian Devil should be kept singly or in pairs, and it requires a tank with plenty of caves to hide and live rocks that encourages the growth of algae on which it can feed in between its meal.