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  • Amphiprion ocellaris The Ocellaris clownfish, or False Percula clownfish, is the most popular of all marine aquarium fish, known by children as Nemo from the movie "Finding Nemo" by Walt Disney/Pixar. As one of the least aggressive of all clownfish, A. Ocellaris is tolerant of other fish from the species, so it is possible to keep many together safely in the same tank. Captive Bred always holds large quantities of A. ocellaris of all sizes. This important species in the trade reaches first marketable size (2-3cm) in five months. The Ocellaris clownfish is closely related to A. Percula, or True Percula clownfish.  
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    False Percula Clownfish

    Amphiprion ocellaris

  • Amphiprion percula The species can be mistaken with A.ocellaris due to their highly similar color and pattern. The "easiest" way to distinguish between the two species is the fact that A. percula  has brighter eyes and a thicker black edging outlining its fins. A.ocellaris. A.percula  grows more slowly than A.ocellaris. They begin development with incomplete stripes and grow into their stripes with age. Even fish over a year old might still have an incomplete tail stripe. We produce two distinguishable A.percula morphs. The orange morph originates from Solomon Islands. This tranquil variant is less aggressive than the yellow morph, getting along well with other species, including other clownfish.    
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    True Percula Clownfish -
    Solomon Island Variant
    Amphiprion percula

  • Amphiprion percula The species can be mistaken with A.ocellaris due to their highly similar color and pattern. The "easiest" way to distinguish between the two species is the fact that A. percula  has brighter eyes and a thicker black edging outlining its fins. A.ocellaris. A.percula  grows more slowly than A.ocellaris. They begin development with incomplete stripes and grow into their stripes with age. Even fish over a year old might still have an incomplete tail stripe. We produce two distinguishable A.percula morphs. The yellow morph originates from Indonesia. It is an active variant and more aggressive than the orange morph. Over time, this morph will turn into Black Onyx.  
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    True Percula Clownfish –
    Yellow Variant
    Amphiprion percula

  • Amphiprion percula The Black Onyx is a very attractive morph of A. percula. The black color develops over a long period of time and is more dominant in older and larger specimens
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    True Percula Clownfish -
    Black Variant (Onyx)
    Amphiprion percula

  • Amphiprion clarkii Clark's clownfish is one of the hardiest and most common of all clownfish species. It is considered semi-aggressive. It grows quickly, and under suitable conditions it can reach considerable sizes. The coloring of A. clarkii is highly variable. Our juvenile fish has beautiful yellowish-orange color that darkens over time to reddish-brown.
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    Clark's Clownfish

    Amphiprion clarkii

  • Premnas biaculeatus (epigramma) – gold and white stripe variant Maroons are considered very aggressive and are always fighting among themselves. The yellow-striped variant is less aggressive than the white-striped one. It has wider bands that turn yellow at the age of 8-12 months. It is one of the largest clownfish species and can reach maximum size of 13 cm. Our fish sometimes have "designer striping" with dots decorating the tail bar.
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    Maroon Clownfish –
    Yellow-striped Variant
    Premnas biaculeatus

  • Premnas biaculeatus  – gold and white stripe variant Maroons are considered very aggressive and are always fighting among themselves. The yellow-striped variant is less aggressive than the white-striped one. It has wider bands that turn yellow at the age of 8-12 months. It is one of the largest clownfish species and can reach maximum size of 13 cm. Our fish sometimes have "designer striping" with dots decorating the tail bar.
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    Maroon Clownfish –
    White-striped Variant
    Premnas biaculeatus

  • Amphiprion frenatus The Tomato clownfish is robust, hardy and always has a very good appetite. It is one of the easiest fish to breed and grow, and it will tolerate inferior water conditions. It has a bright red color and very curious nature. Very young fish have three stripes but only the head stripe remains for life.
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    Tomato Clownfish –
    Yellow-striped Variant
    Amphiprion frenatus

  • In some of the clownfish species a small percentage of fish develop with a missing caudal stripe or an incomplete center stripe. Each fish has a slightly different stripe pattern making it unique and distinguishable. Miss bar are cheaper, and they are not added to shipments unless specifically requested.
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    Miss Bar Clownfish


  • Amphiprion bicinctus   To be updated  
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    Red Sea Clownfish

    Amphiprion bicinctus

  • Amphiprion epiphium   To be updated  
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    Fire Clownfish

    Amphiprion epiphium

  • Amphiprion ocellaris   To be updated
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    Snowflake Clownfish

    Amphiprion ocellaris

  • Amphiprion ocellaris   To be updated
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    Platinum Clownfish

    Amphiprion ocellaris

  • Amphiprion ocellaris   To be updated
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    Fancy Clownfish

    Amphiprion ocellaris

  • Amphiprion percula   To be updated
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    Platinum Percula

    Amphiprion percula

  • Amphiprion percula   To be updated
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    Picasso Percula

    Amphiprion percula

  • Pseudochromis fridmani   To be updated
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    Orchid Dottyback

    Pseudochromis fridmani

  • Pseudochromis flavivertex The sunrise dottyback is indigenous to the western Indian Ocean, Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden. It is a relatively small fish with a slender body shape, colored bright white, electric blue and lively yellow. It does very well in aquariums of all sizes and is one of the least aggressive dottyback species.
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    Sunrise Dottyback

    Pseudochromis flavivertex

  • Pseudochromis tapeinsoma The black margin dottyback is one of the lesser known dottybacks, available until recently only from the wild collection. The black margin dottyback shows distinct difference in colors between sexes. The males have striking yellow and blue colors; the femaleד are easily distinguished by their uniform tan-orange body color.    
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    Black Margin Dottyback

    Pseudochromis tapeinosoma

  • Elacatinus oceanops The blue neon goby is a fascinating small torpedo-shaped fish. It has a dark body with a striking horizontal light-blue stripe on each side, beginning above the eye and running the entire length of the body. It is a hardy fish that is very easy to keep. Because of its small size, it makes a great addition to smaller nano reef aquariums. They are a well-documented clean fish, setting up stations where often much larger fish come to have the gobies eat their small external parasites  
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    Blue Neon Goby

    Elacatinus oceanops

  • Monodactylus sebae The African moony is a very impressive silver colored fish with a characteristic triangular body shape. It has a very strong and attractive schooling behavior, which is not popular in marine aquariums. Traditionally the Mono is considered a brackish water fish, hardy and resistant to imperfect water conditions. In nature the adults live in full seawater, while the juveniles migrate to fresh/brackish water in their early stages of life. The ability of this fish to withstand dramatic changes in salinity is remarkable. Captive Bred has been working with the Mono for many years, keeping them in all types of salinities. Our experience shows that they prosper for years both in full fresh water and in full-strength seawater.  
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    African Moony

    Monodactylus sebae