The Australian Tomato Clownfish reddish orange body tinged with a full, bright orange face, tail, and dorsal, anal, pectoral, and caudal fin. In addition to being beautiful, the hardy Australian Tomato Clownfish is fairly active and creates a gorgeous, eye-catching focal point.
Like many other anemonefish, or clownfish, the Australian Tomato Clownfish will form a symbiotic relationship with larger anemones such as the Bubble Tip and Carpet Anemones .
House this Clownfish species in larger marine systems with plenty of rockwork amongst which it can hide. Care also needs to be taken when choosing tankmates since the Australian Toamto Clownfish can be semi-aggressive and will intimidate shy or passive fish with its boisterous activity.
For the best care, feed the Australian Tomato Clownfish a varied diet that includes chopped meaty food items, such as mysis shrimp and frozen preparations, as well as suitable pellet andflake foods. Some aquarists report having bred this species in the home aquarium with or without an anemone host.
Distinguished by the lack of a Black margin surrounding the White headband.