Hello, I have raised my first batch of clownfish to a size that is ready for sale. They are about 3 months old and .75-1" long. Their third stripe will continue to fill in as they age. I have used the new Top-Dressed Otohime food which is regarded as the best pellets for captive breed fish on the market. The clowns are a bit on the young side so please be careful when adding them in with much larger fish. It is very hard to take WYSIWYG photos but I have tried to take some example videos and photographs to show you the quality of these fish.
Platinum clowns: $175 each or $325 a pair
Picasso clowns: $50-150 each or $85-$275 a pair; depending on their markings
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eA65gJ2LQmE&hd=1]Piccaso and Platinum clownfish - YouTube[/ame]
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bx9WIDkXmwY&hd=1]Platinum and Picasso clownfish - YouTube[/ame]
Last edited by jimsflies; 09-22-2011 at 01:20 PM.
Reason: added photo to post so it would display correctly
Did these come from the picasso's you had (have) in your cube last year? I'm somewhat interested but not sure how i feel about having clowns again.. didnt particularly like getting bit all that much last time I had some.
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