Red Sea Clownfish [Amphiprion bicinctus]

The Red Sea clownfish or two-banded clownfish or anemonefish, Amphiprion bicinctus, meaning “both sawlike with two stripes” is a clownfish of the family Pomacentridae.Length up to 14 cm, background colour yellow-orange with two black-edged white bands. Distribution: Western Indian Ocean, the Red Sea, and the Chagos archipelago. (Text source: Wikipedia)

Picture: Ras Nasrani, Red Sea, Egypt by Sami Salmenkivi

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