Clownfish Biodiversity: the Chrysopterus & Akindynos Groups
Amphiprion chrysopterus, commonly known as the Bluestripe or Orangefin Clownfish, has traditionally been regarded as part of a diverse group, allied with the ubiquitous A. clarkii and several geographically restricted species from the Western Indian Ocean. This is a fair assumption, as these clownfishes all share certain superficial similarities in their appearance and behavior: large size, (usually) 3 stripes, catholic taste in anemones. But the
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