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Old 04-23-2011, 09:03 PM   #1
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Clown Pairing ?

Will a tank raised orange and white pair with a solid black and white?
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Old 04-23-2011, 09:41 PM   #2
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I don't think so
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Old 04-24-2011, 09:25 AM   #3
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LOL I hope not! I spent a small fortune on my b&w's. Hate to end up with two mixed pairs LOL
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Think of the babies though!!! They would be killer
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I sure hope I can get some babies outta the ones I have now. The misbars could produce some misbar babies, I love that they look soo different than other regular clowns. And if the black ones have babies I'd be a proud grandma! i still have the dilemma of figuring out what to do with a empty 10g tank, would make a nice place to put clown babies! LOL
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You could use it for brine, I believe if you feed out of it everyday they are pretty good for the fish because the babies still have a yolk sack.
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You could totally use that 10g as a fry tank! From what I've read clown fry are difficult to care for but with you patients I'm sure you could achieve it!
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Yeah my options are: guppy tank, SW qt tank, fry tank or a pod tank to feed a mandarin. lol
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Well in all honesty, If it were me I would do the pod tank. Only because I love the mandarins so much!
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Yeah but it's a HUGE gamble. if he goes off prepared foods I would never be able to grow enough to fully feed him pods. The girl at the lfs i go to won't sell me even an ORA one yet. lOL she says I';m not ready
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