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Discussion in 'Photography' started by ReeferGirl, Jul 14, 2008.
well let me know if you get babies, id be sooo interested!
They are mated pair when you SEE them lay eggs.
The different between Percular and Ocellaris
well then they are paired up. and if i get babies, ill sell em to the LFS 25$ ea. (I bought big ones $50 ea)
Lots of work to raise the babies. Get your rotifer cultures and fry tanks ready
For sure.. The first time I saw them at Robin's it was amazing how much time and energy goes into it... Scheduled feedings and WC's.. It was amazing..
heheh i totally want baby fish. how cute.
hehehe... You don't even have eggs yet and you start planning to sell the fish already LOL...
Here is a book you should have if you are planning to breed clownfish
Clownfishes by Joyce D. Wilkerson
I just got a black ocellaris pair today. (along with a coral beauty angel)
I'm pretty sure they're cuter than any of yours. ;D
Oh, can i see a picture? The really cute ones are the tiny ones.
whatever Erin mine is the O.G. blackie. he could kick your clownfishes butts. both of yours.
You guys crack me up
your fish are ugly..
Here is a cute fish..
It's the blue eyes that do it
yeah, hes sooooo cute. max has some of those too, i saw them at his store. lol any special requirements for those fish?
phong, shuuuuuussshhhhh up, my fish is the cutest, aside from the clown in your picture. hes cute too.
Frogfish do best in reef quality water. Don't let the temps or nitrates spike.
Smallers ones can be fed 2x a week. Bigger ones 1x a week. You can start with live ghost shrimp and train them to eat frozen food. No goldfish!
Slow to moderate water flow. They don't swim well.
Best kept as single specimens. They can eat fish that are bigger than themselves.
nice clown kelly
Thanks Sam hes the cutest! hehehe