Also called: saddleback clownfish or yellowfin anemonefish
Scientific name: Amphiprion polymnus
Also called: Domino Damsel
Scientific name: Dascyllus trimaculatus
I probably wouldn't have noticed these guys if they weren't sheltering in this beautiful anemone. They really stand out against the white tentacles, and while they look like clownfishes, they aren't nearly as territorial. Adults will leave the shelter of the anemone and feed along the reef.
Also called: Pink Clownfish, Pink Skunk Clownfish
Scientific name: Amphiprion perideraion
The pink clownfish looks more brown or orange to me underwater. It is quite common throughout the reefs of Southeast Asia.
False Clown Anemonefish
Also called: Ocellaris Clownfish, Clownfish, False Percula Clownfish
Scientific name: Amphiprion ocellaris
Thanks to that movie, these guys are very popular, but they can be hard to find. I've encountered them most around Tioman in Malaysia.
Clark's Anemonefish [?]
Also called: Yellowtail Clownfish
Scientific name: Amphiprion clarkii
There are so many types of clownfish that look similar, I'm not sure I got this one right. However, I think the yellow tail makes this a Clark's rather than the other possibilities.
Scientific name: Amphiprion melanopus
These particular clownfish seem to have a special affinity for bulbous anemones. That's the only kind I've ever seen them in.
Also called: spine-scheeked anemonefish
Scientific name: Premnas biaculeatus
The exact coloration of this species varies by sex and location. The one pictured is from the area of Bangka island in North Sulawesi.