Black/White Perc or Sebae?

Discussion in 'Clownfish' started by crazedACD, Dec 16, 2009.

  1. crazedACD

    crazedACDValued MemberMember

    Curious...I had a "black/white percula" come into work. Looking at the pictures of them, versus what I have in my tanks...I'm wondering if he is in fact a dark sebae or clarkii clown. How would I tell the difference at this point? He is quite small, 2" or so. His face is more tan, and pectoral fins are yellow-the most obvious difference from what I see in pictures. I guess I can try and get a picture if it will help.

    I don't like selling improperly labeled fish. :)
     
  2. OP
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    crazedACD

    crazedACDValued MemberMember

    Here's a pic of the little guy in question :).
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  3. charzar-g

    charzar-gWell Known MemberMember

    doesn't look like the average b/w percula to me. But i'm not that great at IDing..
    The head shape looks wrong to me, as well as the colour of the fins.
     
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    crazedACD

    crazedACDValued MemberMember

    Ooh forgot to update this, found out he is in fact a saddleback clown, not a percula or sebae. :) Thanks!
     
  5. charzar-g

    charzar-gWell Known MemberMember

    ooooh cool - i've never even heard of it :D
     




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