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Old 07-15-2003, 12:18 PM   #11
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anotercrappic of other on

is he what he is supposed to be you think?
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Tim, you really can't see the pics?

Lor that one also looks like an Ocellaris to me. Although it is very difficult to tell from that pic. It is also misbarred. Where did you purchase these clowns?
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So both of them are misbarred?
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If you look at the tail stripe of the second clown you'll see that it doesn't meet at the bottom, dpending on the size of the clown, this may close or may not, this one is minor and I wouldn't have a problem keeping it, as I noted in the other post, misbarring is common in TR clowns and is not a sign there is anything wrong with the clown, some people like it, cause it makes them feel their clown is not the average run of the mill clown, I prefer mine to have all their stripes intact as a general rule.
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trying a distant photo

thank you for the tip see if it is better
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Ya, they are healthy, but I do think it would efffect breeding.
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I just changed my mind, I think they are both TR Amphiprion perculas that are misbarred. Now the only question is if you have a problem with the misbarring or not, as noted earlier it is preference. I do not believe this will effect the color or barring of the fry. Are you really going to try and raise the fry or did you just tell them that trying to get the prettiest pair?
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i have been reading up i really am planning on giving it a go
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Do you have Clownfish by Joyce Wilkerson? If not, you really should get it if you plan on breeding
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