Distribution: from Red Sea and Eastern Africa to Southern Japan, Kiribati, the Tuamotu Islands and Australia.
Replaced by closely related Abudefduf troschelii in Eastern Pacific and Abudefduf saxatilis in the Atlantic and Caribbean.
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