English : Sebae anemonefish
French : Poisson clown de Seba
Class : Teleostei
Order : Ovalentaria i. s. (sometimes still Perciformes)
Family : Pomacentridae
Notes : No subspecies known.
Large clownfish species, reaching up to 16 cm in length. Superficially similar to A. clarckii with blackish-brown body, two conspicuous white bars, orange-yellow face and belly. White band making conspicuous edge on back of dorsal fin.
Range and habitat
This species occurs in the Indo-Pacific area, from the tip of Arabian Peninsula, India and Sri Lanka to Andaman Islands, Sumatra and Java. Lives in coastal areas and lagoons, to 25 meters deep.
IUCN RED LIST : LEAST CONCERN
CITES : Not Listed
Status : This species’ status hasn’t been assessed. The species is still collected for the trade and might be locally threatened by habitat loss.
Ex-Situ Programs : None known
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