The territorial understanding of the red clownfish in the wild environment is vital.
However, the translucent clownfish that are elevated in bondage are still relatively moderate in temperament.
It is a tiny decorative fish that is relatively easy to raise.
It is dispersed in the reef waters of the Indian Sea and the Pacific Ocean.
Body length 10-15cm,
All purple and black,
The fins are purple,
On the side of the body,
there are three silver-white rings behind the eyes,
in the middle of the dorsal fin,
and at the caudal peduncle.
The feeding water temperature is 26-27 degrees Celsius,
The particular gravity of seawater is 1.022-1.023.
The pH of salt water is between 8.0-8.5.
Water hardness is 7 degrees -9 degrees DH.
Red clowns are primarily kept in aquariums with invertebrates.
Set down in the tentacles of the slightly guiding sea polyp.
The red clownfish is an omnivorous ornamental fish.
The lure consists of algae in salt water.
Animal plankton, aquatic fish pellet feed, etc., need to recognize.
The rosy clownfish such as to live nestled amongst the sea anemones.
And also, sea anemones are interdependent symbiotic relationships.
The red clownfish eats algae, animal plankton, aquatic fish pellet feed, etc., in salt water.
Lives in waters between 1-12 meters deep in lagoons and bays.
Cooperative with Entacmaea quadricolor.
Feeds generally on plankton, copepods, algae, and invertebrates.