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Old 09-27-2013, 12:01 PM   #1
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Baby Clownfishes and their tiny GBTA

Well I donít see a section for Anemones and Clownfish so I am posting this thread hereÖ..

Really wish this guy would hurry up and split I need a small one to go in with my baby clownfish they have now out grown the little green bta that I had put in there with them and they love it so much they keep pushing the other ones out of it so they can get in thereÖ






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Old 09-29-2013, 01:06 PM   #2
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I have a gbta, and this morning I noticed that it might of split.. I this a bad thing?
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Old 09-29-2013, 01:57 PM   #3
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Splitting isn't usually a good thing. It is reproducing itself due to stress and trying to keep its genetic code going. They will do this in good health, but isn't common as stress in our aquariums.
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I'm glad to see someone else that has a phantom clown. I am amazed that your phantom gets along with others because mine is so possessive that I had to move it to a tank without any other clowns. All mine did was fight. pretty tank!
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My phantom clownfish is paired up with a Snowflake and I have them in my DT. They are too young to start breeding. Hoping to see them start breeding next year.
These babies in the above picture are from True Perc parents.
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Baby clownfish with their nem.mp4 - YouTube
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That is pretty awesome! Poor BTA, he has his work cut out for him! Lol!
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He sure does... Need to get him a co-worker to help share the load.... LOL
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How long have you been raising clowns?
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I started back in November of last year trying to raise them but this is my first batch to live this far. They will be 5 months old in a week. I had another batch that hatched back in Aug but only 4 survived. These are True Percs and from what I have been told they are much harder to raise then the Ocellarious. And True Percs take longer to develop as well.
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