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Products

  • Black Ocellaris Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris var)

    Also Known As:
    Black & White False Percula

    This fish is unmistakeable as an adult, however it is not always black as a juvenile.  The black will darken as the fish mature.  The Black Occi is at home whether kept singly, in a pair or in a group.  They can be kept with other forms of ocellaris as long as they are put in at the same time

    Black Ocellaris Clownfish are captive bred specimens and are very easy to feed.  Food variety is the key so use many frozen foods in the rotation!  Mysis, brine shrimp and plankton should all be staples.   A green based dry food should also be fed regularly.

  • True Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion percula)

    Also Known As:
    Clown Anemonefish
    Orange Clownfish

    This clownfish is the poster child of the saltwater hobby.  It has captured the imagination of generations of people in books, documentaries and childrens' movies.

    This fish is often confused with the more common in the hobby, Ocellaris Clownfish. The distinguishing feature to an aquarist is that th Percula has thicker black lines by the white bars than does the easier to keep Ocellaris.  The Percula Clown is more likely to pick on one another but will host well in most types of anemones.

    Clownfish can often be found as captive bred specimens and are very easy to feed.  Food variety is the key so use many frozen foods in the rotation!  Mysis, brine shrimp and plankton should all be staples.   A green based dry food should also be fed regularly.

     

  • Gold Striped Maroon Clownfish (Premnas biaculeatus) 

    Also known as:
    Maroon Anemonefish
    Yellowstripe Maroon Clown

    Gold Stripe Maroon Clowns are beautiful fish but they can be highly aggressive towards other fish.  They usually kill other clownfish in the aquarium and many times can't even be housed together in an aquarium less than 55 gallons.  They will however usually host in a Bubbletip Anemone.

    Due to the size and aggression of this type of clownfish they are good candidates for a more aggressive FOWLR tank presuming no fish will get large enough to eat them.

    Clownfish can often be found as captive bred specimens and are very easy to feed.  Food variety is the key so use many frozen foods in the rotation!  Mysis, brine shrimp and plankton should all be staples.   A green based dry food should also be fed regularly.