Reviews on Clownfish

Bicinctus Clownfish - Aquacultured

Bicinctus Clownfish - Aquacultured

The Bicinctus Clownfish, a.k.a. Two Banded or Red Sea Clown, is a beautiful Clown that is yellow-orange in color with a white vertical band behind its head and at mid-body. It is very similar in appearance to the Clarkii Clown, but the Bicinctus lack the white vertical band at the…

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Black Onyx True Percula Clownfish  - Aquacultured

Black Onyx True Percula Clownfish - Aquacultured

The black color on this fish darkens to a pitch black as it matures.The Black Onyx True Percula Clownfish is a very popular fish and will get along with other Clownfish in the same aquarium depending on the size of the aquarium. They do extremely well in the aquarium and…

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Black Saddleback Clownfish - Aquacultured

Black Saddleback Clownfish - Aquacultured

Clownfish and Anemones have an incredible symbiotic ("living together") relationship rarely duplicated in Nature. These fish are commonly found swimming amongst the tentacles of both large and small Anemones at spectacular coral reefs. The reason Clownfish are not found at deeper depths is because of the dependance of the Anemone…

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Black-footed Clownfish

Black-footed Clownfish

Clownfish and Anemones have an incredible symbiotic ("living together") relationship rarely duplicated in Nature. These fish are commonly found swimming amongst the tentacles of both large and small Anemones at spectacular coral reefs. The reason Clownfish are not found at deeper depths is because of the dependance of the Anemone…

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Blue Stripe Clownfish - Hawaii

Blue Stripe Clownfish - Hawaii

Clownfish and Anemones have an incredible symbiotic ("living together") relationship rarely duplicated in Nature. These fish are commonly found swimming amongst the tentacles of both large and small Anemones at spectacular coral reefs. The reason Clownfish are not found at deeper depths is because of the dependance of the Anemone…

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Caramel Clownfish- Aquacultured

Caramel Clownfish- Aquacultured

Clownfish and Anemones have an incredible symbiotic ("living together") relationship rarely duplicated in Nature. These fish are commonly found swimming amongst the tentacles of both large and small Anemones at spectacular coral reefs. The reason Clownfish are not found at deeper depths is because of the dependence of the Anemone…

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Cinnamon Clownfish - Wild

Cinnamon Clownfish - Wild

This fish grows to 4.7 inchesThis fish can be recognized by the black on sides with reddish face, belly, dorsal fin, and tail (sometimes pale yellow); pelvic and anal fins usually black; a single relatively broad white bar on head.Provide with plenty of hiding places and live rock growth for…

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Cinnamon Clownfish - Wild Large

Cinnamon Clownfish - Wild Large

This fish grows to 4.7 inchesThis fish can be recognized by the black on sides with reddish face, belly, dorsal fin, and tail (sometimes pale yellow); pelvic and anal fins usually black; a single relatively broad white bar on head.Provide with plenty of hiding places and live rock growth for…

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Clarkii Clownfish - Large - Wild

Clarkii Clownfish - Large - Wild

The Clarkii Clown, a.k.a. Sebae Clown, is a beautiful Clownfish that has a higher profile than most clownfish. These Clowns have a yellow-orange body with vertical white bands along their body. They do extremely well in the aquarium and are very peaceful. The Clarkii does not need an Anemone to…

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