Genus Amphiprion

Barrier reef anemonefish - Adults are an orange-brown color with two white bars with black edging encircling the body.

Two-banded anemonefish - It feeds on mainly zooplankton and algae.

Brown anemonefish - Clark's Anemonefish is a spectacularly colourful fish, with vivid black, white and yellow stripes, though the exact pattern shows considerable geographical variation.

Oneband anemonefish - The tomato clownfish, Amphiprion frenatus, is a clownfish that is found in the waters of the Western Pacific, from the Ryukyu Islands, Japan, to Malaysia and Indonesia.

Maldive anemonefish - This clownfish is characterized by its rusty, orange color with a single white stripe running vertically just behind the eye.

False clown anemonefish - This clown anemonefish can be recognised by its orange colour with three white bars and black markings on the fins.

Orange clownfish - The Amphiron Percula can grow to be 11cm in length, but is on average 8cm, and can be recognized by three white lines across their bright orange bodies, with no distinction in color between sexes.

Yellowfinned anemonefish - The saddleback clownfish can be found in the eastern parts of the Indian and the Western parts of the Pacific oceans.

Golden anemonefish - It is an omnivore, its diet including shrimp, and is best when supplied with an anemone.

Sebae anemonefish - Although it is well known for its shared name with the sebae anemone, it is normally found with the saddle anemone.

Three-band anemonefish - Like many other clownfish, three-band anemonefish can be aggressive as they grow.

Order : Perciformes
Family : Pomacentridae
Genus : Amphiprion