Scientific Name: Amphiprion sebae
Approximate Arrival Size: Small: .75 to 1.25 in.; Medium: 1.5 to 2.5 in.; Large: 2.5 to 4 in.
Reef Safe: Yes
Sebae Clownfish, Amphiprion sebae, is commonly found in the Indian Ocean. Clownfish, also known as Anemonefish, are omnivores that will eat a wide variety of prepared and frozen foods. Brine Shrimp are a favorite treat of these amusing little fish. Clownfish have gained a high level of popularity in the saltwater hobby because of their hardiness and abundance of personality. They will form shoals in the home aquarium with the two dominant fish becoming a pair. The largest Clown is typically the terminal female, the next largest the male, and the others remain juveniles. Host Anemone recommendations can be found by clicking on the detailed information link for this species.
Host Anemone suggestions for Sebae Clownfish: Bubble Anemone, Haitian Condylactis Anemone*, Long Tentacle Anemone, Purple Condylactis*, Sebae Anemone
* Purple Condylactis and Haitian Anemone are not natural hosts for Clownfish, but aquarists may likely find success with this species.