The Ocellaris Clownfish is the most familiar species of clownfish and was made famous in the Disney movie “Finding Nemo”. It is bright orange with three white stripes. All white stripes are outlined with a narrow black edging and the fins typically have a thicker black edging. This species is often confused with the Percula clownfish (Amphiprion percula). Ocellaris clownfish have characteristics that are different from A. percula, including a more narrow black edging outlining the white stripes, black iris of their eyes (compared to an orange iris in A. percula) and 10-11 spines of the first dorsal fin (compared to 9-10 dorsal fin spines in A. percula).