Baby clownfish fighting...really?

Discussion in 'Breeding' started by zeeGGee, Jul 11, 2016.

  1. zeeGGee

    zeeGGee Guest




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  2. Kensington Reefer

    Kensington Reefer Supporting Member

    The quest for dominance...
     
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  3. roostertech

    roostertech reef noob

    kids these days
     
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  4. zeeGGee

    zeeGGee Guest

    should I separate them?


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  5. Kensington Reefer

    Kensington Reefer Supporting Member

    If there is damage, then yes!
    If the submissive starts to cower in the corners and stops eating, then yes
    Are you feeding enough?
    A hungry fish is an angry fish
     
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  6. zeeGGee

    zeeGGee Guest

    both of them are aggressive..right now they
    seem to calm down.their stomach are always filled with brine shrimp..we'll just keep an eye.thanks again. I appreciate it.


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  7. Kensington Reefer

    Kensington Reefer Supporting Member

    Brine shrimp alone has little nutrition
     
  8. Geneva

    Geneva Supporting Member

    I bought 3 small clowns when I started my tank years ago. I learned quickly that they can be very aggressive and hardy. They fought all the time and one practically jumped into my hands when I decided to bring one back to the store after seeing all the dive-bombing! It doesn't surprise me at all that baby clowns fight!!
     
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  9. Enderturtle

    Enderturtle Volunteer

    Very cool that you were able to breed clownfish
     
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  10. zeeGGee

    zeeGGee Guest

    I'll just wait for these 2 to get bigger then try the next batch of eggs again..


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