Ocellaris clownfish grows to be about eight centimeters. They are common aquarium fish. They are noticed by their orange bodies and three white bars. They live in anemone as a host for protection. The Ocellaris clownfish is an omnivore and will accept most foods including marine flake food. A popular movie has greatly increased the Amphiprion ocellaris popularity within the last four years; making this particular species the most commonly exported marine species today. Amphiprion ocellaris living in hatcheries often developed retinal degeneration and other eye problems due to a Vitamin A deficiency in their diet. Ocellaris Clownfish secretes a type of mucus, or slime, from their skin.
Exhibit: Hatchery & Gift Shop Tank