Research by marine biologists from Wageningen University has shown that feeding on zooplankton by scleractinian corals has been greatly underestimated.
|Written by Tim Wijgerde|
Amphiprion frenatus (Brevoort, 1856)
The tomato clownfish, Amphiprion frenatus, is a clownfish that is found in the waters of the Western Pacific, from the Ryukyu Islands, Japan, to Malaysia and Indonesia. It is also known as the Bridled clownfish, Red clownfish, or Tomato anemonefish. In the Philippines off Apo Island, an area exists called Clownfish City where hundreds of Tomato clownfish reside. They are accompanied by a similar species, Amphiprion Clarkii.
Amphiprion frenatus (TSN 170149). Integrated Taxonomic Information System, ITIS