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The Gold Stripe Maroon Clownfish is the largest species of clownfish and can reach a size of 6 inches It has maroon body coloration with three wide yellow body stripes There is another strain of Maroon Clownfish called White Stripe Maroon Clownfish This variation looks similar to the Gold Stripe Maroon Clownfish, except it has three narrow white stripes
Maroon Clownfish belong to the genus Premnas and is therefore different than all the other clownfish species, which belongs to the genus Amphiprion Premnas is latin for “spiny cheek” and if you look closely you will see the spines protruding from each side of the head underneath the eyes When Gold Stripe Maroon Clownfish are early juveniles, their stripes are white
The yellow color will develop when they are about 12 months old In adult fish the larger female will often turn a darker red color, while the smaller male retains it orange coloration Females are much larger than males – typically 3-4 times larger
Maroon Clownfish become very territorial as adults and it is best to not mix them with any other clown species