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Types of Anemonefish (NEMOS!)

Discussion in 'Damsel / Anemone Fish' started by khmerspec, Aug 25, 2010.

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    Was interested in getting a clown and noticed there wasn't anything specifically about different clowns. So I did some research and wish to share, though I got a bit lazy and just started naming only. Please let me know if there is anything to add/change.

    General info about all clowns:
    From what I can tell, all clownfishes are very hardy and requires little maintanence.
    All of them seem to accept all kinds of frozen foods and flakes.

    Allard Clownfish (aka: twobar anemonefish)

    Description: Distinct two stripes down body. Consider a beginner fish. Reef and FO. 3~5". Has been successfully bred in captivity.

    Name:Cinnamon Clownfish


    Name:Common percula (false percula)


    Name:Maroon Clownfish

    Description: These can get large and territorial. Has been bred in captivity.

    Name:Oman Anemonefish

    Description: Has a forked tail. 6"

    Name: Skunk clownfish

    Description: Identified by the stripe down the back.

    Name:saddleback clownfish

    Description:has a noticable patch near the tail.

    Name:Tomato clownfish

    Description: single stripe near the face.

    Name:True Percula

    Description: Difference between false perc is in the fins and color (i think). True perc and false perc do not meet naturally in the wild.

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