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The Ocellaris clown fish "Nemo" is a favourite for the beginner and experienced aquarist. The black and white ocellaris clown fishes occurs naturally in anemones and is best known from the movie Finding Nemo.The black and white ocellaris clown fish has three white stripes with vibrant black pallets on its body .
Ocellaris is often confused with the percula clownfish, because of their coloration and stripe patter. The discerning difference is that A Ocellaris has 11 dorsal spines, where the Percula clownfish has 9 or 10.
Nemo clownfish is often bred in captivity making it a very hardy fish, and good for beginners. It is readily available in the aquarium trade.
General Size Specifications: The size of this clown fishes vary from 1cm to 8cm and are found naturally in Southern Asia. It can grow to 8 cm in the wild, but aquarium specimens rarely exceed 5 cm unless they are imported large.
This fish is sometimes sold as the Percula Clown, even though it is not. The colour pattern is very similar, but it is not as bright orange. The advantage of the Ocellaris is that it is much hardier. Tank bred specimens are currently available for purchase.
Habitat: The Ocellaris Clownfish, also known as the False Percula Clownfish, False Clown Anemonefish,