Stegastes baldwiniis commonly referred to as Clipperton gregory, Baldwin's major. Difficulty in the aquarium: There are no reports available yet that this animal has already been kept in captivity successfully. Toxicity: Toxic hazard unknown.
Very special thanks to Dr. Gerry R. Allen and Dr. Ross Robertson, both have taken their photos at Clipperton Island, where the fish lives in a depth of 1 to 100 meters
Stegastes baldwini inhabits coral reefs and associated calcareous rock habitat (Allen 1991) to depths of 100 m. It is omnivorous, feeds on benthic microalgae, sessile crustacea and worms and mobile benthic crustacea.
According to fishbase, Stegastes baldwini lives endemic at Clipperton Island, acording to IUCN the fish also lives at French Polynesia.
There are no informations about keeing in reef tanks