|Captive-Bred Black Clarkii Clownfish
This listing is for a single, captive-bred Black Clarkii.
Amphiprion clarkii, commonly known as Clark's anemonefish or yellowtail clownfish, is a species of saltwater fish belonging to the family Pomacentridae. These colorful and striking fish are popular in the aquarium trade and are known for their symbiotic relationship with sea anemones, particularly the magnificent sea anemone (Heteractis magnifica). Like other clownfish species, Clarkii are territorial and often forms small groups consisting of a breeding pair and a few non-breeding individuals. They are known to aggressively defend their chosen sea anemone home against intruders.
Clarkii clownfishfish typically have a bright orange to reddish-brown body with three distinctive white bands running vertically across their body. The first white band is just behind the head, the second is closer to the middle, and the third is located near the caudal fin. They have a distinctive yellow or yellowish-orange tail, which sets them apart from some other clownfish species.
Clarkii clownfish are found in the found in the Indo-Pacific region, including the waters of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, the Philippines, and various other tropical coral reef habitats.
Their diet should be varied and consist of things like algae, phytoplankton, frozen brine shrimp, Mysis shrimp, copepods, pellets, and flake food. A large portion of a clownfish diet in the wild consists of Marine Phytoplankton, which makes an excellent live feed for all of your Fish, Corals and other invertebrates.