As the title states I lost one of my clownfish this morning. I had two ocellaris clownfish. One I had bought about two months ago with a smaller companion clownfish who didn't survive the drip process(sad but I digress) then one month ago I purchased another clownfish of a smaller size. When I added him in he seemed to submit immediately, shaking and swaying on his side. That seemed to pair up and she grew rather large to him very quickly so I had assumed that paired off surprisingly well. About 3 days ago I noticed he seemed very thin and when I looked this up it seemed common for this to happen to the male clown. He did eat every feeding as I fed rather generously to make sure he ate. Yesterday he was landlocked to the bottom struggling to swim up but still eating. I put him in my Refugium so nobody could bother him and he passed today. I never saw the female bullying him nor any other fish but who knows what goes on when I'm not home. Parameters were normal as my other fish and corals are looking healthy. My mail question is do you think this was a random isolated incident and I could maybe get another clown to pair off with her or just stick to one clown because she will kill all other clowns? Side question would she see a black clown as a mating partner or just a random fish?