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Old 04-22-2011, 05:28 PM   #11
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Mine kinda get nippy too and they all sleep together in a bunch, I think it's just part of their goofy nature.
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Nice! Thanks a lot Carey!
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I don't mean to go off topic, but I thought you couldnt keep different clown species together. I would love to pick up a pair of black &white for my tank
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After alot of research I found that if you stick to oscellaris they are ok. They are the least aggressive clown. I have 2 pairs and haven't had any issues yet.
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OOO, maybe my next fishes would be a pair of b&w ocellaris
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Old 04-22-2011, 06:08 PM   #16
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I love mine they are soo cool. I spent a pretty penny on them though, they are def not cheap.
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OOO, maybe my next fishes would be a pair of b&w ocellaris
That would be amazing. I would be beyond excited for that!

And overall I spent about $100 on just my fish. I think I am going to post a link to a video here within the next half hour most likely. They have a large personality! Except my black he is reserved compared two the other two.
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YouTube - Three Clownfish

I love them!
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Ok so I am bring this back because it seems my smallest clown has the same "pimple" looking marks. The smallest has two and the largest has one. They almost look like grains of salt. They are acting normal other than that and seem healthy. They also are eating well. Please help I am worried! Thanks.
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If they've been OK so far, I'm sure its not a big deal. Did you buy the two with pimples together? If so, they could of came from the same parents which could make the pimples genetic
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