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Old 06-08-2011, 07:36 PM   #11
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And he shouldn't have mixed the species.
I have 2 orange oc's and 2 black no issues in a 55..
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also his tank is 450 L ~ 120 us gal. I am sure there is plenty of room in there.
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also his tank is 450 L ~ 120 us gal. I am sure there is plenty of room in there.
That is plenty no doubt about it. There are many poeple in this forum that house multiple sets of clowns. I've heard of differnt types of clowns also pairing as well.. the vibrating as stated iv only seen my clowns to that on the terrcotta pot and tea pot I have in there but that's because they think its real.
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Hi guys abit of a debate going here, that's what I like, now then I have a 4th x 2ft x 2ft tank the main tank is 450 litres, the twitching action is a dart towards the clarkii do a few shudders right next to it and then back off, sometimes the perc chases it around the anemone but the clarkii always ends up in the middle of the nem tryin to back the clarkii away, I would say it seems aggressive but I wasn't sure because I believe the mating ritual is very similar, thanks for all the input guys
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yeah the mating ritual is very similar. its hard to tell because of the darting which is an agressive motion but the shaking right up next to the other clown is what they do when mating. if you look on you tube for clownfish mating dance you can see what it looks like so you can compare.
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