If you still have questions about breeding clownfish or have other saltwater fish related questions you can come to Saltwater Fish Care.  At Saltwater Fish Care you can connect with an expert and have you questions answered by many other saltwater aquarium experts.  The site works similar to Yahoo answers, where users can ask a question about their aquarium and then several other people will post replies to their question.  Then users vote on the best answer to the question.  It works great and helps to get multiple opinions on saltwater questions.

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  1. Gloria — September 30, 2008 @ 1:47 pm

    My fry are about 9 days old and i have only been feeding them rotifers. y rotifers are not multiplying fast enough and it seems like the number of rotifers i have are depleting but my clowns won’t eat the brine, what other alternatives do i have? or am i just spoiling them with just rotifers?

  2. Scott — October 3, 2008 @ 12:11 am

    I have just launched the breeding clownfish forum, it can be found at http://www.breedclownfish.com/forum/

    Ask any questions you have in the forum.

  3. David — October 31, 2008 @ 2:31 pm

    To Whom It May Concern — Our clownfish laid eggs about five days ago and, following your very helpful guide, I am trying to make sure they stay alive when they hatch. My only question right now is how often do I change the hatch tank water once the fish are born? Thank you very much for your advice.

    David

  4. Scott — November 3, 2008 @ 7:33 pm

    I would say to do a 10%-15% water change each week if possible. The newborn clownfish are very sensitve changes in salinity, temperature, and pH so be careful that the new water is similar to the tank water. Good luck to you. Keep us posted on how things go http://www.saltwaterfishcare.org

  5. green fishy — May 31, 2009 @ 2:21 pm

    Big thanks! This site is very useful 🙂

  6. Dan Juco — June 18, 2009 @ 12:21 pm

    I live in Calgary Canada, I would like to purchase live saltwater rotifiers. I know that you can buy in the USA. Is there any place in Canada that I can buy so I don’t have to pay for brokerage?

    Thank you

  7. Scott — June 30, 2009 @ 5:40 pm

    Try googling rotifer eggs. You should be able to get them mailed to Canada no problem. They take a lot longer to get going than an established culture.

  8. Fiona — February 2, 2010 @ 4:15 pm

    Total rookie with clownfish eggs….I am unable to find rotifers and also too late for that…still want to try and save them. I’ve bought Phytoplex and was wondering if this will sustain the fry if they hatch. Thank you.

  9. Scott — February 3, 2010 @ 12:41 am

    You will have a tough time keeping the fry alive with Phtoplex. It will foul the water quickly and the fry really only want to eat live food. Some people in the forum have gotten a couple fry to live, but it is difficult. Check ebay for rotifers, they are much cheaper than other places.

  10. shaun — January 19, 2011 @ 9:55 am

    i have got a large female and a small male can they breed together and when? but i bought them when one is large clown and a small one but they were in a group with other clowns so yeah would they still mate

  11. John Williams — April 6, 2012 @ 3:26 am

    Hi I have been keeping Marine aquariums for a number of years i now have a small but well established aquarium, i had a pair of Peculer clowns there were together for 1.5 years no babies but they were paired. Unfortunatly the male passed on of what i still do not know but 1 the female only stays near the top of the tank,2 i introduced a new smaller clown in the hope they would pair, they did all the behaviour the fits the nipping etc. After 3 weeks i noticed the new male had no tail and no fins i saw the female biteing him consercuently he died. I tried another smaller clown the same happen, Why could this be happening ??

  12. Saltwater Fish Care — April 9, 2012 @ 1:51 pm

    This would be a great question for http://www.saltwaterfishcare.org . Someone else might have more insight into how to solve this problem. It might keep happening and your clownfish might keep getting attacked. Ask a question at that link.

  13. Stacy Ridge — April 10, 2012 @ 2:11 pm

    I really appreciate your site and it has helped me very much with my first clutch of clownfish, now my second as of this morning. I have just a few questions to ask and hoping you can help me. I have seven babies that are 29 days old. I have been feeding decap brine shimp and some rotifers with pretty good success. What is next step in type of food and when? Also, how long is normal to keep in bare tank that they have been in since hatched? And last question is my second clutch hatched last night. I did not have another tank set up and hated to have them eaten in show tank. I put the clay pot with clutch in 10 gallon with more 29D babies. I fed rotifers and baby brine shrimp this morning. Have you heard of any success in combining clutches? Thanks again for all your help.

  14. Scott — April 12, 2012 @ 9:58 am

    I have heard of combining clutches. It should work fine just be careful not to let too many fish get in the tank as more fish = more waste = dirty water. Also don’t let the batches get too spread apart ie. don’t let fish big enough to harass the new babies in the same tank. You will have to move them somewhere else once they get to a decent size. Your next step at 29days should be to crush up some flake food very fine (almost powder) and start to get them to eat that. They should be just about off the rotifers and eating mostly brine and crushed flake. You will have to trick them into eating it, by feeding crushed flake with the brine so that they know what it is. The 29D babies might be a bit big to be with the new fry. Maybe time for a new 10 gallon tank.


    
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