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Percula Clownfish (laying eggs)


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  1. Percula Clownfish (laying eggs) Percula Clownfish (laying eggs)

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    Scientific Name: Amphiprion percula
    Other Names: true perc, anemonefish
    Reef Safe: yes
    Care Level: Easy
    Min. Tank Size: 10 gallon
    Temperament: Moderate
    Dominant Color: Orange
    Disease Prone: average occurrence
    Jumper: low occurrence
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    Came across some of my old pics of my former true perc pair laying eggs and thought I would share them...

    clowns laying2 - Percula Clownfish (laying eggs)


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    The colors remind me of Oregon State University.
    Last edited by jimsflies; 08-29-2011 at 09:45 AM.



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    bigbill - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    very nice pair Jim what happened to them ?
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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    Lost the male somehow. To my knowledge he was perfectly healthy and acting normal...then just wasn't there any more. It started the string of fish disappearances in my tank that is still an issue. Although my thought at the time was that the RBTA might have eaten him. At the time, that was the only nem I had in the tank. I might try another fish soon now that the offending anemone met its match with the Vortech...

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    larryandlaura - Reefkeeper
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    Wow sweet fish but not good fate.
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!

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    FlynnFish - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Those aren't true Percs. Those are the onyx perc variety! very nice though. among the breeders the true percs are like this-
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    onyx have all that extra black.
    I need to attend a Fish Breeders Anonymous class.
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