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Amphiprion sebae

 

Click on the photo to see the high resolution image. Photo taken at "Water Inn" petshop by G.J.Reclos /MCH - Jan. 2006

Amphiprion sebae Bleeker 1853, the Sebae Clownfish. Dark brown to black, two wide white body bars, the second slanting backward on the upper flank, extending to end of dorsal fin. Orange to yellow tail. To five inches in length. Most often fishes sold under this name in the pet-fish trade are actually Clark's Clownfish. Found all along the northern Indian Ocean.

With the permission of Robert (Bob) Fenner webmaster of WetWebMedia (robertfenner@hotmail.com)

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