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Clownfish - A first for me (that I've noticed)


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    thefishgirl - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Clownfish - A first for me (that I've noticed)

    Hi Everyone...
    As usual running around the country, working a lot. Finally home for a few weeks... doing some LONG overdue aquarium maintenance, water changes, aiptasia erradication procedures... and what do I find in my 20g tank with my misbar clownfish... eggs. YAY!!

    You can see their tiny eyes!
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    This is the male tending to the eggs
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    Female is a little lighter in color - misbarred - she is almost completely naked on one side.
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    awesome grats!!!!

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    sweet!!!! , do you plan to grow them out?

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    Very cool, congrats! They look like they are close to hatching.
    Save a fish, Breed your own!
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    Hiya TFG! Traveling isn't the word. What, were you walking? Lol
    Is that your lil pico we're looking at? If so, GET to cleaning woman! What else are they supposed to do but make babies, they can barely move away from each other. Lol
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    Glad to see you get a break, and back around TFG!!!

    Looking forward to cool things happening with those eggs.

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    thefishgirl - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Thanks everyone.

    @Manoj-not sure if I have time to prepare!!

    @Fishtal - NOOOOOOO! I'm not ready!! Funny how mother nature has her own ideas of timing.

    @Miz -- that is a 20g long. They have only one other fish tank mate, a watermelon goby.

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    Oops my bad thought I noticed that lil pillar you had in your pico.
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    Cool, My pair has not layed any eggs, I think the female might be having issues.

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    thefishgirl - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Hey Miz! Good eye!! I had to take their rock set up and pillars from the pico. They just seemed lost without their Roman-pillared entrance into their cave. LOL

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