Amphiprion clarkii

Clark's clownfish lives in couples, occupying several different anemones and straying some distance from them. It is one of the easiest to acclimatize. The male is distinguished by its yellow caudal fin (white in the female). Size: 15 cm.


Even though some clownfish can live without anemones, in captivity it is best to provide them with one - but not just any one. In fact, the associations concern exact species, although there may be confusion because the scientific names of anemones changed some 10 years ago. Some anemones can house several species of clownfish, others are more exclusive.

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