Are they doing anything like, scoping out rock and picking at it in certain places, acting "frisky" toward each other? Any indication that they would be spawning?
In my experience, after I noticed a bulge in my clownfish's abdomen, it was about 2 weeks later and she laid her first batch of eggs. Before she did, her and the male costantly picked at this area of rock near their host coral for hours and hours to clean it.
See any actions like that?
Regardless, congrats if so. It's fun to watch them with the eggs and what they do with them. My clowns have spawned for me numerous times now, still get a kick out of watching them.
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