ORA True Percula (Amphiprion percula)
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Perculas or True Perculas are some of the most classic and popular clownfish species we offer. These docile fish are close relatives of the False Percula (A. ocellaris), and the two species can be easily confused. Both species have orange bodies with three white stripes. In the Percula, the black margin around the white stripes is thick while in the False Percula, the black margin is very thin or absent. They also have a different number of spiny rays in the dorsal fin. These two species do not overlap in their natural distribution. A. percula is found only in Melanesia and Northern Australia.
Mature specimens typically develop a striking black coloration between stripes.
Perculas will typically spawn only about once a month with 300 to 600 eggs per spawn.