• Red Tomato Clownfish

The Tomato Clownfish, also known as the Bridled Clownfish or Red Clownfish, is found throughout the Pacific, almost always in association with an anemone such as Bubbletip Sea Anemone (Entacmaea quadricolor). The Tomato Clownfish has a wider distribution than the Fire Clown, which is usually restricted to the Indo-Pacific reefs. It has also been known to use coral as a host in the absence of an anemone. Captive-Bred Tomato clowns are usually darker in coloration to their wild counterparts, but as the fish matures, it will lighten to a nice red/orange coloration. Juveniles have three white bands, and black pectoral fins, that gradually dissapear as the fish matures.

The Tomato Clownfish is a bright orange-red with one white vertical stripe behind the eyes. It can attain a length of 5 inches, but it usually reaches a maximum of 3.5 inches in an aquarium.
The Tomato Clownfish is a bright orange-red with one white vertical stripe behind the eyes. It can attain a length of 5 inches, but it usually reaches a maximum of 3.5 inches in an aquarium.

The recommended water temperature when keeping Black Tomato Clownfish is 72-80° F (22-27° C), the pH-value should be kept in the 8.1-8.4 interval, and the specific gravity should be 1.020-1.025. A carbonate hardness of 8 - 12° dKH is ideal.

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Red Tomato Clownfish

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