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Noun1.Amphiprion - damsel fishesAmphiprion - damsel fishes        
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
anemone fish - live associated with sea anemones
Amphiprion percula, clown anemone fish - an anemone fish of the genus Amphiprion
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'It is also looking at fecundity and breeding behaviours of Amphiprion omanensis, which is a clownfish species.
The orange clownfish, Amphiprion percula, is not only the most recognized reef fish on Earth but also one of the most highly studied.
The Pomacentridae family (Teleostei: Perciformes), particularly the species of the Amphiprion genus, represents the most important group of marine fish in aquariums (Johnston et al., 2003).
The induction and recovery times were determined at five stages of melanistic and not melanistic clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) and different sexes of Swordfish (Xiphophorus helleri).
Amphiprion mccullochi primarily live in shallow waters around Lord Howe Island in Australia.
The use of harpacticoid copepods as live prey for Amphiprion clarkii larviculture: Effects on larval survival and growth.
The use of the Mediterranean calanoid copepod Centropages typicus in yellowtail clownfish (Amphiprion clarkii) larviculture.
Spawning and larval rearing for tropical clown fish Amphiprion sebae under captive condition.
The impairment of olfactory sensitivity as a result of water acidification is a phenomenon observed in juvenile of the reef orange clownfish Amphiprion percula (Lacepede, 1802) and damselfish larvae Pomacentrus wardi (Whitley, 1927) (Munday et al.
Random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) fingerprinting resolves species ambiguity of domesticated clown fish (genus: Amphiprion, family: Pomacentridae) from India.
These species included Amphiprion akallopisos Bleeker 1853 (Pomacentridae), Dascyllus aruanus (Linnaeus, 1853) (Pomacentridae), from Toliara; D.