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Amphiprion ocellaris Cuvier 1830, the "False" Percula or Clown Anemonefish, or Ocellaris Clown. Indo-West Pacific; eastern Indian Ocean to Australia, to Philippines, to southern Japan. To a little over four inches maximum length. Bred in captivity including beautiful northwest Regular and Australian dark variety mid-juvenile and adult below. Orange overall (except for melanistic forms), with three broad continuous body bars with narrow black margins (vs. thick ones in A. percula). S. Leyte 2013.

Chromis xanthochira (Bleeker 1851), Yellow-axil damsel. To 14 cm. Western Central Pacific. Here in S. Leyte 2013
Chrysiptera springeri (Allen & Lubbock 1976), Springer's Damsel. W. Pacific; P.I. and Indo. To 5.5 cm. One of the blue damsels sold in the trade occasionally.  S. Leyte 2013
Neoglyphidodon melas (Cuvier 1830), the Black Damsel. Indo-west Pacific, Red Sea, eastern Africa to Vanuatu. To five inches total length. An all black beauty as an adult, resembling the Black Dwarf Angel, Centropyge nox in profile. Juvenile in  S. Leyte 2013
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