Fish: Amphiprion ocellaris or False clownfish
Distribution: In coral reefs of the Indo-Pacific, particularly in the Fiji and Tonga regions.
Habitat: Amphiprion ocellaris lives in coral reefs in lagoons and slopes, and lives in association with the sea anemone Heteractis magnifica, and other sea anemone species, notably Stichodactyla gigantea.
Mating: Amphiprion ocellaris are initially male; the largest fish in a group becomes female.
Interesting fact: The bright orange base striped with white found on this clownfish species allows it to be undetected in its surroundings of fluorescent corals and anemones.