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  • Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, Volume 84, Issue 3
  • June 2004, pp. 671-674

An assemblage of the host anemone Heteractis magnifica in the northern Red Sea, and distribution of the resident anemonefish

  • Thea Marie Brolund (a1) (a2), Anders Tychsen (a3), Lis Engdahl Nielsen (a1) and Michael Arvedlund (a4)
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0025315404009737h
  • Published online: 01 May 2004
Abstract

The Heteractis magnifica assemblage at the tip of the Sinai Peninsula was examined. The actinian size, location, and number of resident anemonefishes were recorded. The anemones were found at depths down to approximately 40 m and the sizes of clustering H. magnifica and clusters were positively correlated with depth. The shallow waters of the anemone assemblage contained few mainly small, solitary actinians. There seemed to be a tendency for solitary actinians to cluster once they reached a certain size-range. The resident anemonefishes Amphiprion bicinctus and Dascyllus trimaculatus were present in very large numbers (approximately 250 and 1800 respectively) and the A. bicinctus home range size was positively correlated with depth.

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