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Allen 1973, the White-Bonnet Anemonefish. (*A cross between A. chrysopterus and A.
sandaracinos). Has a large tear-drop white mark on head and
patch on side of head. To three and a half inches length. This one
photographed at the Texas State Aquarium, Houston.
Amphiprion sandaracinos Allen 1972, the
Yellow or Eastern Skunk Clownfish. Indo-West Pacific; Christmas
Island and Western Australia in the eastern Indian Ocean to the
Ryukyu and Solomon Islands in the western Pacific. Note the
orange body color and wide white stripe that extends down to the
upper lip, differentiating this from other "Skunk
Clowns". One in Wakatobi, S.
Amphiprion ephippium (Bloch 1790), the Red
Saddle Anemonefish. Eastern Indian Ocean; Andaman and Nicobar Islands,
Thailand, Malaysia, Java and Sumatra in Indonesia. To five and a half
inches maximum length. This one at Quality Marine in Los Angeles, CA.
Brevoort 1856, the Tomato Clownfish. Found in several island groups
in the Western Pacific. To five and a half inches in length in the
wild. This one in Pulau Redang, Malaysia with a Bubble Tip Anemone,
Entacmaea quadricolor which the species most often
pairs with. Similar to A. melanopus, but with a narrower white
head band located further back from the eye.