Hangin In There!

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roadking

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Still 9 juvi clowns from the Jan. 6th hatch. I am trying to figure out the lighting that is needed for the first few days and only have 4 survivors from last week but another clutch of eggs was laid on Friday soooo.....any suggestions would be appreciated. These are eating powdered flake, cyclopeze, newly hatched brine and always rotifers. 4 weeks old and wanted to share photos. I gave them a castle & some plastic plants because I added a filter and wanted them to have a hiding place from the new water movement. I have decided not to add the non-living as food until I can also have a filter. There are some 'perfect' fish and some mis-bars that are so unique! Wish I could get this right.
 

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Awwwwwwwww how sweet!

Thanks for sharing the photos.

Hold on for more responses.

Ken
 

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They are adorable!!!!!!!!! I have never seen them sooooooooo tiny...I wish u all the luck with them........

Have u thought about possibly using a sponge filter???? I have SeaHorses......and I have had babies.......theyre very fragile.......but the sponge has worked out great......I use a valve on my tubing to control the flow for them

Good luck!!!!!! Love clownies!!!!!
 

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they are precious, what setup did you provide for the clowns to mate, and what do you feed the babies
 

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The more light for them during a day is better they will keep active and move more around.Get them on formula 1 and 2 foods for best reults other than what you posted. It will help for you and them to grow faster.

Congrats!!! On the new fry!!!
 
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