If Nemo is your thing, look no further than Dive Munda!
We are super privileged in the Solomon Islands to boast with numerous anemonefish species, and at Dive Munda we can see a stunning variety. We have great visibility and fantastic corals beaming with anemones, making this a photographers' heaven. Macro heaven that is!
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We can see at least following nine species here in the waters around Magical Munda!
True Anemone - Clownfish (Amphiprion percula) - Nemo is everwyhere - we have no problem finding him! Join us in the fun ;-)
Orange-fin Anemonefish (Amphiprion chrysopterus) - Commonly found and easily identified! Distinguished from the Cark's anemonefish by a thinner second bar.
Clark's Anemonefish (Amphiprion clarkii) - Widespread throughout the Solomons, and super friendly to interact with!
Orange Skunk Anemonefish (Amphiption sandaracinos) - Very similar to the Pink Skunk Anemonefish but for the bar across the head.
Pink Skunk Anemonefish (Amphiption perideraion) - Our photo of DCS Andrew - our pink anemone on the beautiful Magnificent anemone!
Red and black Anemonefish (Amphiprion melanopus) - A bit more difficult to find, but super rewarding to tick this one off the list!
Our very own White-bonnet Anemonefish (Amphiprion leucokranos) - Endemic to the Solomon Islands and PNG - this beauty is a hybrid of the Orange finned and Orange Skunk Anemonefish.
Saddle-back (Panda) Anemonefish (Amphiprion polymnus) - A staff favourite - but also the most aggressive little bugger!
Spinecheek Anemonefish (Premnas biaculeatus) - Spectacular colours (females are much darker than their male counterparts). Their spines are unique and put them in their own genus: Premnas where all our other Anemonefish belong to the genus Amphiprion.