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BreedClownfish.com was started to put all of the information you will need to breed clownfish in one spot.  The first time my clownfish laid eggs, I ran to the computer to look up what to do next.  I realized that I would need to start raising rotifers for the clownfish to eat once they hatched.

I paid a lot of money for the rotifers and had them rushed here as quickly as possible.  Once my rotifers arrived, they quickly died because I did not know how to care for them.  Needless to say my first clownfish fry died also.

Most of the information out there on the Internet is scattered across different sites or buried in forums.

At Breedclownfish.com you will learn step by step how to breed clownfish.  One of the hardest parts of breeding clownfish is keeping the live food(rotifers) needed to keep the clownfish healthy.  At BreedClownfish.com we will cover all areas of keeping and raising clownfish fry so you can give some of the mature clownfish to friends or maybe even get some store credit at your local fish store for them.

If you need more help with breeding clownfish or need general help with your saltwater aquarium, you can chat live with an expert at LiveAquariumHelp.com.  The site utilizes live online chat to have your questions answered in minutes as opposed to hours.  The experts at LiveAquariumHelp really know their saltwater aquariums and have over 10 years of experience in the marine aquarium hobby.

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  1. Michael Huffman — April 24, 2011 @ 10:56 pm

    I have a pair of black and white clowns that have started laying eggs in my 100g reef. They’re an orange color at first then after a couple days, they look grayish. I think I’m seeing something inside, but not sure. Now the bad thing is when I check hours later, they’re gone, but I see no fry…are my hermits or other tankmates eating them? I’ve thought about taking them out with the green carpet anemone they host, but not sure what size tank would be sufficient. I have a 20g long just sitting here…would that be okay?


    
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