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Old 10-26-2017, 09:57 AM   #21
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My clowns were $17 each. They're not expensive unless you get a designer clown. My midnight clowns were $100 for the pair and they were aholes. The nano clowns, at least mine, are very sweet and docile.


At my lfs the normal cheapest clown are 29.99
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Oh wow. Not nanos, that makes sense.
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Oh wow. Not nanos, that makes sense.


Yea big als is expensive
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There is no such thing as a nano clownfish. Ocellaris Females hit 3-3.5” and males stay about 1.5”. Perculas get a bit larger, which are the two main clown species you’ll see for sale. A pair in a 10 gallon is pushing it. My female whose about a year and a half old is over 3” in my 40.
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There is no such thing as a nano clownfish. Ocellaris Females hit 3-3.5” and males stay about 1.5”. Perculas get a bit larger, which are the two main clown species you’ll see for sale. A pair in a 10 gallon is pushing it. My female whose about a year and a half old is over 3” in my 40.


Yea if I got one it would be one male
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Both of mine are about a year and both are an inch and a half, the females is a little bigger, maybe an inch and a quarter.
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Both of mine are about a year and both are an inch and a half, the females is a little bigger, maybe an inch and a quarter.


Okay thanks
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Yea if I got one it would be one male


The male turns female though so you’d end up with a female eventually.
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The male turns female though so you’d end up with a female eventually.


Oh yea I forgot about that
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