Communication and Perception
<p>Communication during mating occurs through the male biting, chasing, and extending his fins towards the female (Thresher 1984). The hierarchical system is communicated through aggression by the larger members residing in the anemone at the smaller individuals. <span class="taxon">Ampiprion ocellaris</span> is able to find host anemones by olfactory imprinting that occurs while in the nest (Arvendlund and Nielsen 1996).<span> (Arvedlund and Nielsen, 1996; Thresher, 1984)</span></p> <p><strong>Communication Channels: </strong>visual; tactile</p><p><strong>Perception Channels: </strong>visual; tactile; chemical</p>
- Thresher, R. 1984. Reproduction in Reef Fishes. New Jersey: T.F.H. Publications, Inc..