Red Sea clownfish

Amphiprion bicinctus

The Red Sea clownfish / anemonefish , meaning "both sawlike with two stripes," is a clownfish of the family Pomacentridae.

Like other species of the genus, the fish feeds on algae and zooplankton in the wild.
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Appearance

Males grow to a length of 10 cm, and females grow to a length of 14 cm. The fish's background color is yellow-orange with two black-edged white bands.
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Distribution

The species comes from the Western Indian Ocean, the Red Sea, and the Chagos archipelago.
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Habitat

Monogamous pairs inhabit host anemones, usually on coral reefs. Host species include ''Entacmaea quadricolor'', ''Heteractis aurora'', ''Heteractis crispa'', ''Heteractis magnifica'', and ''Stichodactyla gigantea''.

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Taxonomy
KingdomAnimalia
DivisionChordata
ClassActinopterygii
OrderPerciformes
FamilyPomacentridae
GenusAmphiprion
SpeciesA. bicinctus
Photographed in
Egypt
Sudan