With dark red to orange body with a mahogany ?saddle? on it?s back, it makes the Cinnamon Clownfish a captivating fish in any aquarium. The Cinnamon Clownfish features a white headband design which changes into blue color with age. Like many other clownfishes, it builds up mucus covering on its scales that prevent the anemone from being able to sting. The Cinnamon Clownfish is commonly referred to as the Fire Clownfish, Black Anemonefish, Dusky Anemonefish, Red and Black Anemonefish. It grows up to 5 inches and needs a tank not less than 30 gallon. The Cinnamon Clownfish is semi-aggressive towards other clownfish and passive tankmates, thus should not be kept with them. The Cinnamon Clownfish is omnivorous and eats a variety of meaty food items and algae. Its diet can also include flakes, brine shrimp or mysid shrimp. The Cinnamon Clownfish is easy to care for and makes a good fish for a beginner aquarist. It is best to keep it singly or in true mated pairs. The Cinnamon Clownfish can stress easily so should be kept in a tank with plenty of hiding places. It thrives well in a temperature range of 75-82 degrees Fahrenheit and specific gravity of 1.020-1.026. Regular water changes are very important as it replaces important trace elements that the fish and corals uses up, like calcium, magnesium, strontium and iodine.