Fire Clownfish, Cinnamon Clownfish, Anemone Clownfish
Fire Clownfish, Cinnamon Clownfish or Anemone Clownfish (Amphiprion melanopus) are omnivorous, and will eat a variety of meat food items and algae. They are reef-associated; non-migratory with a depth range of 1-18 m. They can be territorial and aggressive, especially as they get older, and particularly to other Clownfish. They are dangerous to other clownfish. Adults can grow to 12 cm ( 4.7 inches), and the female is usually bigger than the male.
The Cinnamon Clownfish is a dark red to orange with a mahogany "saddle" on its back. Juveniles and adults have a white head band, which turns a nice blue with age. They are hosted by anemones.