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Old 07-04-2006, 11:20 PM   #1
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Will an Ocellaris Clown fertilize a Percula Clowns Eggs?????

I think my Percula Clown is pregnant. It has been constantly cleaning a rock. I only have one percula and 2 ocellaris. My Percula seemed to hang with one of the Ocellaris and now the Percula has a bulge in its stomach and acting oddly. Please let me know if I can successfully breed with the 2 different kinds of clowns or do I need to get another Percula, thanks
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