<p>False clownfish are orange to reddish-brown with three white bands on the head and body. The white bands are outlined in black. Black <span class="taxon"><em>A. ocellaris</em></span>, with white bands and black coloring instead of orange, are found off the Northern Territory of Australia (Allen 1997). <em>Amphiprion ocellaris</em> has a rounded caudal fin and may grow up to 110 mm in length (Nelson et al. 1996). There are 11 dorsal spines and 17 pectoral rays that help to distinguish it from the closely related <span class="taxon"><em>Amphiprion percula</em></span>. Females are larger than males in this species.<span> (Allen, 1997; Nelson, Phang, and Chou, 1996)</span></p> <p><strong>Other Physical Features: </strong>Ectothermic; Heterothermic; Bilateral symmetry</p><p><strong>Sexual Dimorphism: </strong>Female larger</p>
- Allen, G. 1997. Marine Fishes of Tropical Australia and South-East Asia. Perth: Western Australian Museum.