I've had clownfish breed without trying, but it only occured after they were paired sucessfully for over 3 years. It generally isn't something that happens right away, just so you know. But I just wanted to say that buying a suggested book is the way to go. There are SO many methods of raising clownfish eggs and none of them are easy. But, some signs to look for, are an increased agressiveness between the male and female, and the male will begin furiously cleaning a section of rock on which to lay the eggs.
I never tried to raise the fry, just let them hatch and become food.
Good luck though!
Oh, and I wanted to add, with PC
lighting you may be better off looking for a LPS
coral to get something to host the clownfish if you are interested in that. That way you wont have to upgrade your lighting and there is a really good chance the fish will taking a liking to it (no guarantee, just saying). LPS
corals and MUCH more hardy and long lived, and cheaper than anemones as well.
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