Over the years I encountered occasionally a small (maybe 1cm - 4 cm) clownfish species (?) that is distinct from the abundant species Amphiprion bicinctus (also their juveniles) by the following criteria:
#1.: Second dorsal fin has white rim and black speck.
#2.: Caudal fin detto
#3.: Behaviour is very different: swimming around fast and nervous, bending the body and waving with fins.
Is this a second, less abundand species of clownfish that occurs in the Red Sea? A juvenile form of a wrasse (I could not find this wrasse in my fishguides, nor in Internet)?
Here a photo of one of these ll'l guys:
And here, for comparison two photos of the clownfish of the Red Sea (Amphiprion bicinctus):
Edited by Architeuthis, 17 March 2019 - 12:40 AM.