Yellowlined Basslets (Gramma linki) or also known as Dusky Gramma, are characterized by the bright yellow streaks that frame their faces. They have blue-grey bodies that are normally range between 1.25 and 2.5 inches in length.
Yellowlined basslets aren’t easy to come-by; they dwell in deep water of the Caribbean, typically between 90 and 540 feet deep! As a result, we don’t have them in stock very often. They live in caves underneath ledges and you will find them quite often facing down tugged against rocks etc..
Given the depths at which these little guys live, it’s no should surprise that they prefer larger tank in comparison to their size. We recommend a minimum tank size of 30 gallons. Other than requiring a substantial space, these basslets are very easy to care for and typically do well with other tank mates. They are sociable fish with bold temperaments, so expect to find them cruising around the tank once they have properly acclimated to adjusted to their new home. Once acclimated, they will eat flakes, pellets, and live or frozen food.