Introduction by Stanley Brown
of The Breeders Registry
Fishes of the genus Amphiprion and Premnas comprise a group commonly
referred to as anemonefishes because of their symbiotic relationship with
several genus of anemones and their bright colors and bobbing swim. This
group is commonly referred to as clownfish in the aquarium trade, although
most technical works refer to the two genus as anemonefishes.
Whether you call them anemonefish or clownfish, they enjoy a universal
popularity among marine aquarist. They represent an excellent first
choice for spawning and rearing efforts before the aquarist graduates to
other more difficult species.
for maintaining Clownfish
to Pair-Up Clownfish
and Diet for Clownfish