The Wild Maroon Clownfish is one of the beautiful clownfish, and with its vivid color it makes an incredible addition to any tank. It is not very resistant to diseases and is one of the most aggressive clownfish and therefore we will not recommend it for a beginner aquarist. As it grows, the Wild Maroon Clownfish becomes more aggressive and attacks anything that approaches its anemone. It basically inhabits anemones, so we suggest you to add plenty of anemones in the tank. The Wild Maroon Clownfish should be kept in a tank not less than 30 gallon and a larger aquarium is recommended if you want to keep a group of them. It is reef safe and gets along well with other invertebrates and other corals. The Wild Maroon Clownfish also requires live rocks and many hiding places in the tank so that it can feed on the natural algae that were grown on the rock. It can be kept in a fish-only aquarium. The Wild Maroon Clownfish thrives well in a temperature range of 75-82 degree Fahrenheit and pH of 8.1-8.4. It is very easy to breed if you have a compatible pair. The Wild Maroon Clownfish is also easy to feed and the food includes vegetable and meatier foods. It can be fed two to three times in a day for its proper health and growth.