<p>The depletion of coral reef habitats and marine aquarium fishes has presented a relatively new market in aquaculture. It is possible to rear <span class="taxon"><em>Amphiprion percula</em></span> in controlled conditions (Gordon <em>et al.</em>, 2000), and it may eventually play a significant role in maintaining stable populations. At present, this species is not threatened or endangered.<span> (Gordon et al., 1998)</span></p> <p><strong>IUCN Red List: </strong>Not Evaluated</p><p><strong>US Federal List: </strong>No special status</p><p><strong>CITES: </strong>No special status</p>
- Gordon, A., H. Kaiser, P. Britz, T. Hecht. 1998. Effect of feed type and age-at-weening on growth and survival of clownfish *Amphiprion percula* (Pomacentridae). Aquarium Sciences and Conservation, 2: 215-226.