The Gold Stripe Maroon Clownfish is the largest species of clownfish and can reach a size of 6 inches. It has maroon body coloration with three wide yellow body stripes. Females are much larger than males – typically 3-4 times larger. Maroon Clownfish become very territorial as adults and it is best to not mix them with any other clown species. Captive bred Maroon Clownfish such as these are generally less aggressive compared to those collected from the wild. Maroon Clownfish in the wild are almost always found hosting the Bubble Tip Anemone.