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I woke up this morning and found my nem had moved. I got a torch out to look under the rocks to see what may have upset it only to find a cluster of clown eggs. These seem to be a few days old and are my first eggs, Yayyyy! The clowns are tending to the eggs like they have been doing it for years however I am aware that the likelyhood of survival of any of the fry is minimal. But thats not going to put me off trying..... So any help, advice, etc would be most welcome. Modorators NOTE: I have tried to PM fishwisperer but the site wont let me. I have also orderd the book Clownfishes, a guide to their captive care from the library but I would love some help here guys. Photos to follow just as soon as the lighting is on. Dave :)
Hi, Mine have hosted in a mushroom! They have had nems and my hammer corals in the past but always come back to the same large mushroom, my theory is if they are happy and the s'hroom doesnt eat them then thats ok! Dave