Nemanthias dispar is a species of fish found in the western Pacific Ocean. It is known for its vibrant coloration, which includes blue, purple, and yellow hues.
Size: 20 cm
Habitat: Nemanthias dispar is the coral reefs of the western Pacific Ocean. It is found in deep lagoons and on steep outer reef slopes, at depths ranging from 10 to 50 meters. The species feeds on zooplankton and small invertebrates and is known to form small, loose aggregations.
Distribution: Nemanthias dispar is found in the western Pacific Ocean, including the areas around the Philippines, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea. Its range extends from the Ryukyu Islands in the north to the Great Barrier Reef in the south.