What is the maximum size of the Tomato Anemonefish?
Females are slightly larger and can reach 14cm.
Where is it exported from?
The Tomato Clownfish come from the Western Pacific.
Is it Reef Compatible?
Yes the Tomato Clownfish should not harm invertebrates and is best kept with an anemone. This clownfish will occupy the bubble anenome (Entacmaea Quadricolor). If this fish is kept in a reef tank without an anemone it may use a coral instead and this can damage the coral.
What should I feed it?
This clownfish is omnivorous and will eat a variety of foods, best to feed a varied diet of frozen foods, algae, live food and aquarium flake.
How many can I keep?
This fish is best kept on it's own or as a pair.
How compatibile is it with other fish?
When this fish gets large it can be aggressive if defending an anemone. House with other hardy robust fish. There can be some aggressive if housed with other clownfish and damsels.
Can it be bred in the aquarium?
Yes this fish can be captive bred. They can difficult to sex but if you have a pair the female should be larger than the male.
You can enter your required delivery day in the box provided at checkout so you can order in advance. Unfortunately, we cannot deliver livestock to Northern Ireland, or the Isle of Man.
Please note we cannot deliver the day after a bank holiday..
Our fish are placed in plastic bags with water and oxygen before being put in boxes. Tropical fish are then put in a suitable insulated box with a heat pack if necessary. This should ensure minimal heat fluctuations and keep the fish safe.
Due to the packing costs involved, we have a minimum order of £35 on livestock orders (excluding delivery).
They will then be shipped on our overnight service. You must be available to receive and sign for the fish to receive our arrive alive guarantees. Please then read our acclimatising guide on the best way to settle your new fish in. If there are any problems with your delivery please call us. There are sometimes delays out of our control due to weather, traffic and accidents, please call us if your delivery is late, we do still need you to be available for the delivery due to it being livestock. Remember to choose your fish carefully after reading our guides as we cannot take any returns on livestock.
Dry Goods and Tropical Plants OrdersThere is no extra delivery charge for dry goods/pet products ordered with fish, you will only be charged the livestock delivery charge as above. For all dry good orders the charge is £3.99
Pond Plant OrdersPlease place Pond Plant orders separately from your fish order to avoid confusion on delivery times.
Delivery Charges for Pond Plants–
Standard Delivery (England, Wales, Scottish Lowlands)- £5.99/ Free delivery over £50
Pallet Delivery- £42 – Large 30 Litre Pots require a pallet delivery- 6 x 30 Litre Pots can fit on 1 pallet
Please enquire for quotes to Scottish Highlands.