Clownfish are in the class Actinopterygii.
they look like clowns
There are no specific names for male and female clownfish. It is simply called a 'male clownfish'.
An anemonefish is an alternative name for the clownfish, so named because the clownfish has a symbiotic relationship to sea anemones.
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 !
Clownfish and anenomefish are the common names of some 28 species of saltwater fish in the Amphiprioninae subfamily of the Pomacentridae family. Some popular varieties are the Orange Clownfish, Ocellaris (or False Percula) Clownfish and the Tomato Clownfish.
Clownfish and anemonefish
Clownfish are a subfamily called Amphiprioninae. There are 27 species, each with its own scientific name. One is Premnas biaculeatus, the maroon clownfish, native to the Indian Ocean. All others are of the genus Amphiprion. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clown_fishThe full name for a clown fish is Percula Clownfish. They belong to the sub family AmphiprioninaeThere are 27 different species of clown fish, the scientific latin name for the most commonly recognised orange clown fish is Amphiprion melanopus.Another more entertaining answer:Clownusfishus
clownfish is reasonably small.
if there name is nemo, then yes they do.
no there is not an lps clownfish.
== == Nemo is a latin name meaning "no one" or "no man". Nemo is a Disney Pixar character. He is a clownfish and he appears in Disney Pixar's Finding Nemo. Nemo is the name given by the captain of the Nautilus in Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
The niche of a clownfish is the specific role that the clownfish has in it's ecosystem.
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the defenses of a clownfish is there tail
a group of clownfish
* 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
If you are asking whether or not Nemo's kind of fish exist, then yes they and they are called clownfish. If you are actually asking if there's a talking clownfish out there that's name is Nemo, then the answer is no.
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