C1849

Clownfish, Whitecheek Monocle Bream

Artist:

Charles D'Orignby

Clownfish live in a mutual relationship with sea anemones, or in some case settle in some varieties of soft corals, or large polyp stony corals. Once an anemone or coral has been adopted, the clownfish will defend it. Clownfish and … Read Full Description

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S/N: FIS-1849-DORI-06–201404
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Full Title:

Clownfish, Whitecheek Monocle Bream

Date:

C1849

Artist:

Charles D'Orignby

Condition:

Technique:

Hand coloured engraving.

Image Size: 

120mm 
x 230mm
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Clownfish,  Whitecheek Monocle Bream - Antique Print from 1849

Genuine antique
dated:

1849

Description:

Clownfish live in a mutual relationship with sea anemones, or in some case settle in some varieties of soft corals, or large polyp stony corals. Once an anemone or coral has been adopted, the clownfish will defend it. Clownfish and damselfish are the only species of fish which can avoid the potent stings of an anemone.

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