The Gold Stripe Maroon Clownfish, Premnas biaculeatus, also known as the Yellowstripe Maroon Clown, is one of the most beautiful clownfish species with its elegant maroon body, wavy fins, and yellow/gold striping. As a juvenile, these stripes rarely are seen, but as the Gold Stripe Maroon Clown matures they will begin to take shape. However, the Gold Stripe Maroon can be particularly aggressive and will attack anything that approaches the anemone it has paired with. They can be kept in groups but should be held in larger tanks to decrease territorialistic behavior. Tanks should also have plenty of live rock to provide hiding places. They can be bred with a mated pair. The Gold Stripe Maroon will eat a varied diet of prepared meaty foods and quality flake foods 2-3 times per day. They can grow up to 6 inches in length, larger than most other clownfish, so a properly sized tank should be used to house it.