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RiaanP

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Common names are all overlapping. Take name below and google that.

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1. Amphiprion ephippium
2. Amphiprion frenatus
3. Amphiprion mccullochi
4. Amphiprion melanopus
5. Amphiprion rubrocinctus
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1. Amphiprion akindynos
2. Amphiprion allardi
3. Amphiprion bicinctus
4. Amphiprion chagosensis
5. Amphiprion chrysogaster
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1. Amphiprion chrysopterus
2. Amphiprion fuscocaudatus
3. Amphiprion latifasciatus
4. Amphiprion tricinctus
5. Amphiprion clarckii
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Nifty thanks Riaan
 

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This one's I'd please?
I'm thinking clarkii but it have very large pelvic fins
 
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sorry for the bad foto... it's just to give an idea of the size of its pelvic fins
 

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Looks like a Clarkii
Especially with the white band over the mid tail section.
 

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Get a smaller one, changes of this one being on its own for a while already being female.
 

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