ORA® Captive-Bred Percula Clownfish Info
Perculas are true clownfish with a body that is orange with three white vertical lines that are outlined in black. The first line runs in front of the eye, while the second line runs across the center of the body, and the third line is near the caudal fin. The fins of each Percula clownfish are marked in black, varying in intensity. The clownfish are often confused with Amphiprion Ocellaris (false clown anemonefish). To differentiate the two, one should take a look at the dorsal fin spines. A. percula has ten spines, whereas A. Ocellaris has eleven. Additionally, A. the ocellaris fins will not have the black outer lining.
ORA® Captive-Bred Percula Clownfish Diet
The majority of them feed on small crustaceans and zooplankton.