Maldivian Endemic Anemonefish In Giant Indo Pacific Sea Anemone Maamendhoo Pass Maamendhoo Island North Huvadhoo Atoll Southern Maldives Indian Ocean Stock Photo 103455766Animal Themes,Animals In The Wild,Atoll,Color Image,Day,Endemic,Indian Ocean,Maldives,Nature,No People,One Animal,Outdoors,Photography,Sea Life,Symbiotic Relationship,Tentacle,Tropical Fish,Undersea,Underwater,Vertical,WildlifePhotographer Gallo ImagesCollection: Vetta Maldivian Endemic Anemonefish (Amphiprion nigripes), also known as the Blackfinned anemonefish or Maldives anemonefish is found in the Western Indian Ocean among the coral reefs of the Maldive Islands and Sri Lanka. It is often associated with the magnificent sea anemone, and typically lives in small groups. This clownfish is characterized by its rusty, orange color with a single white stripe running vertically just behind the eye. It can attain a maximum length of 4.3in. (11 cm).