Posts Tagged ‘Wide Banded Clownfish’

Quality Marine Labs Successfully Breeds and Rears Wide-band Clownfish (Amphiprion latezonatus)

The Latezonzatus Clownfish (often shorthanded “Latz”) is known for being an expensive rarity in the aquarium trade and a challenging species to keep successfully as a wild-caught specimen. They are only rarely captive-bred, arguably being the most difficult clownfish to breed, and even more challenging to produce in quality. Aquarists who appreciate a large and unique clownfish won’t want to miss this latest release from Quality Marine Labs.

02 Mar 11:19 PM 0

Quality Marine Receives Aquacultured Wideband Clownfish (Amphiprion latezonatus)

After a multi-year absence, captive-bred Wideband Clownfish, Amphiprion latezonatus, make a triumphant return to the marketplace.

22 Jun 7:58 PM 0

CORAL BONUS: Geographic Variants Within Clownfishes – Saddleback & Skunk Complexes – (Part 6c)

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.

24 Dec 3:59 AM 0