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Old 11-29-2011, 10:02 AM   #1
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The first clown has a straight bar. the second almost has a misbar. but looks mainly the same.
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Old 11-29-2011, 11:39 AM   #2
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Look like regular Ocellaris Clown
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I'm not positive but I think all Ocellaris clowns have three bars.
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They are misbars, probably ocellaris.
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Thanks guys. I was afraid because one looks alot diferent. they were hanging out on opposite sides of the tank. I didnt want them to fight. but the good news is they paired up and are friends.
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Clown fish are territorial so if they aren't paired up then they would establish their territory as far away from each other as they can but they paired up, that's good news.
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Also one is a little bigger than the other and the little one will shake in place. ive read thats a sign of pairing also.
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Yeah, the bigger one will probably turn into the female.
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