Amphiprion sp. 01is commonly referred to as Amphiprion "madagascariensis". Difficulty in the aquarium: There are no reports available yet that this animal has already been kept in captivity successfully. Toxicity: Toxic hazard unknown.
Very special thanks for the first photo of Amphiprion "madagascariensis" to Barnett Shutman from RVS Fishworld, Philippines.
RVS Fishworld is famous for new species, this time from Madagascar, some very rare species live in this part of the Western Indian Ocean:
The Tiger angelfish Apolemichthys kingi , Zebrasoma gemmatum, the jewel under the surgeonfishes and the beautiful wrasse Paracheilinus hemitaeniatus.
Some time ago RVS Fishworld published a photo of a gorgeous new wrasse, initially named "Magma Fairy Wrasse", this beauty was described in 2017 as Cirrhilabrus shutmani, named in honor of Barnett Shutman, RVS`s Public Relations Officer!
Thanks a lot, Barnett!!