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Old 08-29-2008, 06:56 PM   #11
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Yes - added them together and the maroon clown is smaller.
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Old 08-29-2008, 07:01 PM   #12
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A few things to know about the maroon, they are the most territorial of the clowns and should not be netted, as they have cheekspines. Just an FYI.
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My bad -- I miss quoted due to my nieveness. Both clowns are Ocellaris Clowns. S/W the LFS and they said they are just varient colors to each other. They should pair up relatively sooner then later. Already they go side by side everywhere. If one goes somewhere the other will follow and vise versa. The orange one is a bit shy - if he ventures off alone he wont go far without heading back to the black.

And I'm VERY excited as "They blink their eyes!!" My 12 y/o daughter swears every time she goes to the glass the orange one will look at her and blink its eyes. "He is saying 'hello' to me!"
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The front one looks like an O Clown but is very dark. The back one looks like a maroon. Or maybe it is just my eyes.
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not sure if this is a better picture....maybe I should get some more pictures and make sure I got what I was suppose to.
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LOL, yeah, it's easier to tell from the markings on the sides.
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