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Created 6/20/2016

Family Pomacentridae

WESTERN PACIFIC

Amphiprion frenatus



Sunabe, Okinawa, 25 feet


Maeda Point, Okinawa
 
 

TOMATO CLOWNFISH 

Common on Entacmaea anemones on reefs to 60 feet from Thailand east to Palau, and north to Southern Japan.  Adults tend to become darker with age, pelvic and anal fins generally orange-red, sometimes with dark leading edge.  Amphiprion melanopus, which replaces this species to the east, has dark ventral fins in large adults.  Attains 5 inches.

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