Have more rounded caudal fins that enable them to make quick darting movements Ability to detect the correct host species by olfactory stimuli Able to bleach itself in color at night and hide within the anemone tentacles
They can not get stung by sea anenamies. and they use them for protection.
Clownfish have some great adaptations to survive. One of them is to be safe from sea anemone stings, by having special oils on their scales.
Nemo is a fictional character and has no adaptations. If you are referring to Clownfish in general, they have developed a symbiotic relationship with the sea anemones they live with. The Clownfish attract larger fish that the anemones stun and eat, and the Clownfish get protection from bigger fish.
Clownfish live in symbiosis with the Sea Anemone. The Clownfish leaves waste for the Anemone to feed on while the Anemone shelters it from predators. The most predominant adaptation a Clownfish has is its ability in immunity to Anemone stings, thusly, the mutualism.
Its ocean and finding prey, Hope this helps but I dont really know much on clownfish
Heres all the ones I know: -Common Clownfish -Orange Skunk Clownfish -Maroon Clownfish -Pink Skunk Clownfish -Red sea Clownfish -Barrier Reef clownfish -Clark's Clownfish -Cap Clownfish !
no there is not an lps clownfish.
The niche of a clownfish is the specific role that the clownfish has in it's ecosystem.
the defenses of a clownfish is there tail
a group of clownfish
The clownfish have more rounded fins than other anemone fish and this makes it a slower swimmer. But, these fins enable the fish to make quick darting movements. Clownfish are immune to the anemone sting, because of a mucus they have. This gives them a place to hide from predators.
* Amphiprion allardi - Allard's clownfish * Amphiprion melanopus - Cinnamon clownfish * Amphiprion clarkii - Clark's anemonefish * Amphiprion ocellaris - Ocellaris clownfish * Amphiprion percula - Percula clownfish * Amphiprion perideraion - Pink skunk clownfish * Amphiprion polymnus - Saddleback clownfish * Amphiprion sebae - Sebae clownfish * Amphiprion bicinctus - Red Sea clownfish * Amphiprion tricinctus - Three-band anemonefish * Amphiprion ephippium - Red saddleback anemonefish * Amphiprion frenatus - Tomato clownfish * Amphiprion chrysopterus - Orange-fin anemonefish * Amphiprion akallopisos - Skunk clownfish * Amphiprion sandaracinos- Orange skunk clownfish * Amphiprion rubacinctus - Australian clownfish * Premnas biaculeatus - Maroon clownfish
Clownfish do not migrate. There are various reasons that they do not.
The correct term is clownfish.
what continent is the clownfish found
No, the starfish will not eat the clownfish.
Clownfish like sea anemones, they "live" in them. Once a girl clownfish finds a boy clownfish to her specifications, she lays eggs and he fertilizes them. Hope this helped
Their back fin move the clownfish through the water and their side fins help the clownfish steer.
a couple of the behavioral adaptations are they depend on the anemone and they are aggressive to own kind in wild, but they aren't in captivity. a physcological one is they change from male to female 1 time! and a physical adaptation is they have rounded fins so they can swim faster. ttyl!
No, clownfish, like other fishes, have gills.
Clownfish are in the class Actinopterygii.
a flouder and a clownfish a flouder and a clownfish
Percula clownfish was created in 1802.
Ocellaris clownfish was created in 1802.
Saddleback clownfish was created in 1758.