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Old 12-21-2004, 06:08 PM   #1
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Fire clown (Amphiprion ephippium)

Anybody have a fire clown(Amphiprion ephippium)? I work at a fish store and they never seem to come in alive. We actually don't order them anymore because of this but in the past 2 weeks we got 4 on one shipment by accident that died while acclimating and today we got one that died while acclimating(I dripped it super super slow, it was swimming around ok and within 2 hours it was dead)

I would love one of these fish but would like to hear some success stories before I bother trying to get one.
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