False Clown Anemonefish (A. ocellaris) frequently share their anemone with other species; in this case two delicate-looking Anemone Shrimp toward the lower left of this photo. The anemonefish is only about 1 3/4 inches in length. Two other commensals found in anemones, featured elsewhere on this site, are Porcelain Crabs and Anemone Shrimp. The anemone is probably Heteractis magnifica ("Magnificent Sea Anemone").

False Clown Anemonefish shares anemone with Anemone Shrimp

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