Barberi Clownfish - Amphiprion Barberi
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A relative newcomer to the trade, the Barberi clown was first described in 2008 in Fiji. They are superficially similar to a juvenile Tomato Clown, but Barberi don't darken drastically with age like Tomato clowns.
At a maximum size of 4.5", one might expect the Barberi Clowns to require larger tanks, but they have a tendency to not stray from their chosen territories, making them a perfect fish for a 20gal or larger, though aggression may become an issue in smaller tanks, especially if they start breeding. Like most clowns, once established, Barberi Clowns are very durable fish with long lifespans, and make great beginner fish.
Clowns typically aren't picky eaters, and will readily accept frozen, flake, or pellet foods.