I've got a pair (I guess--not sure exactly when they go from "pairing up" to "pair") of black ocellaris, and they both have very little orange--just right around the face. And really, it's not orange--more gold. The LFS
told me they would likely go more orange as they mature, but I haven't seen any change in 3 months. I do know from reading that clownfish can take a while to grow into their adult coloration, so I bet what you're seeing is normal. (Fading or paleness, not so much.)
Mine lay under the PVC
, almost sideways. I think that's pretty normal (seconding mhaynes01). Maybe Poe has a crush on Patrick!
, if Poe is alone for too long, he'll become a she, if s/he hasn't already!
tank with 29-gallon sump
2x Maxijet powerheads
Mag drive 9 return
Coralife 4x65 Lunar Aqualight
120 lbs rock from liverocks.com
1 peppermint shrimp and 1 fire shrimp (very shy)
2 black Ocellaris, Squish and Smudge
3 chromis, too identical to name as yet, in QT
29-gallon with two goldies, Carrot and Orangehead