Posts Tagged ‘Gold Stripe Maroon Clownfish’

RIP Premnas: 1816-2021

A recent, expansive phylogenetic analysis of the damselfishes creates new genera and relegates others to the dustbin. One of the most notable changes: Premnas, the monotypic genus containing the charismatic Maroon Clownfish or Spinecheek Anemonefish, has finally fallen by the wayside. No longer shall we know our Maroon Clownfishes as Premnas biaculeatus; they are now, for the moment, all considered Amphiprion biaculeatus.

15 May 12:43 PM 1 Read More...

Friday Photospread: Gold Nugget & Gold Flake Maroon Clownfish

It pays to remember that the difference in pricing between a captive-bred Gold Nugget, Gold Flake, or Gold Stripe Maroon is simply one of supply and demand. Underneath the differences in appearance caused by possibly one mutant gene, they’re all the same easy-to-care-for fish.

08 Jul 9:20 AM 2 Read More...

CORAL BONUS: Clownfish Species Hiding in Plain Sight? (Part 4)

Matt Pedersen takes another look at two well-known clownfish varieties and asks, “are these overlooked species”?

13 Nov 9:36 PM 4 Read More...

Lightning Maroon Clownfish – The Next Generation of Designer Clownfish Has Arrived

Sea & Reef Aquaculture debuts second generation Lightning Maroon Clownfish, we look at the future of genetics, designers, and hybridization in marine clownfishes.

24 Jun 4:40 PM 2 Read More...