Aquarists and breeders have the requirement to not just pay lip service to conservation of species; the choices we make will have long term ramifications.
Matt Pedersen examines variations in wild populations of Clownfishes from the Tomato species-complex, some of which may be considered distinct biogeographic forms.
Matt Pedersen looks at examples of color variation in wild populations of Saddleback and Skunk Clownfishes, some of which may be considered distinct geographic forms.
Matt Pedersen illustrates 3 biogeographic populations of Maroon Clownfish, as well as investigating the variations (or lack thereof) within the Ocellaris/Percula species complex.
CORAL BONUS: Geographic Variants Within the 30 Current Species of Clownfishes – (Part 6a) – Introduction
Matt Pedersen sets the historic stage for examining the geographic variants of species found in the subfamily Amphiprioninae, better known as Anemonefishes or Clownfishes.