anemonefish


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a·nem·o·ne·fish

 (ə-nĕm′ə-nē-fĭsh′)
n. pl. anemonefish or a·nem·o·ne·fish·es
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Back on land, close to the Wheel, I laughed out loud at the antics of the sea otters in the Seattle Aquarium, gave up trying to work out where a sleeping octopus began and ended, and loved the colours of the Clown Anemonefish as they darted about their tank.
High mobility of the protandrous anemonefish Amphiprion frenatus: nonrandom pair formation in limited shelter space.
Nutritional exchange in a tropical tripartite symbiosis: direct evidence for the transfer of nutrients from anemonefish to host anemone and zooxanthellae.
In the Red Sea, endemic two-band anemonefish Amphiprion bicinctus are obligate mutualists with three species of giant sea anemone hosts: Entacmaea quadricolor, Heteractis crispa and Heteractis magnifica (12-14).
In a new study, young anemonefish (Amphiprion melanopus) exposed to elevated carbon dioxide levels and warmer water grew more slowly and died at higher rates.
Amphiprion pacificus, a new species of anemonefish (Pomacentridae) from Fiji, Tonga, Samoa and Wallis Island.
FINCREDIBLE J Oceanic white-tip shark in outer islands, Bahamas HIDE AND SEA J Anemonefish living within host anemone in Japan HIGH FLIER J A wrought iron butterflyfish GOOD REEF n Red snappers and diver swimming over coral reef GOLD DIGGER n Brightly coloured fish inside container on sea bed EYE-OPENER J Blue-eyed triplefin WHALE OF A TIME n Southern right whale off the Auckland Islands, New Zealand
Ever since the animated film Finding Nemo hit the big screen, children have been visiting aquarium shops to buy their own Nemo, short for anemonefish.
Geographical variation in sound production in the anemonefish Amphiprion akallopisos.
Host recognition and possible imprinting in the anemonefish Amphiprion melanopus (Pisces : Pomacentridae).
Marine wildlife officer Laila Sadler said: 'It's a great film but the take-home message is really going to backfire if it encourages people to go out and buy anemonefish.