Goldstripe Maroon Clownfish, by Elizabeth Brown

While the Goldstripe Maroon Clownfish (premnas biaculeatus) is naturally found in Sumatra, this one was photographed in my family’s home aquarium in our living room. Named “Sashimi”, she was the first addition to our saltwater tank several years ago. Although this variety of clownfish is considered to be one of the most aggressive of the species, Sashimi coexists peacefully with the other inhabitants of our tank. The Goldstripe Maroon Clownfish is also known to rearrange items in the tank to their liking, which Sashimi does on a regular basis making her one of the most entertaining fish in the tank to watch.

Goldstripe Maroon Clownfish, by Elizabeth Brown

Canon EOS REBEL T2i | ISO 100 | Exposure 1/125 sec @ f/7.1 | | Focal Length 59 mm | No flash
Goldstripe Maroon Clownfish

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | May 07
Photo of the Day Award Category: Underwater Photography
Photograph Location: Safety Harbor, Florida | The United States

Photographer: Elizabeth Brown (Safety Harbor, FL) Registered
Elizabeth Brown is a fine art photographer who enjoys capturing a variety of subjects. Her interests include natural landscapes, wildlife, birds and all things associated with the coast. She uses only natural light to capture her photos allowing the true beauty of her subjects to shine through. Elizabeth’s interest in photography started at 12 after experimenting with her father’s SLR camera, purchasing her own only a few months later. Today, Elizabeth’s fine art photography is in several private collections, has been featured in several photography exhibitions and has been featured several times online. Her commercial photography can be seen in several multi-family industry publications throughout the US.


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