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Clownfish are some of the Most Popular Saltwater Aquarium Fish

Clownfish are a striking addition to any reef aquarium. They quickly catch the eye and many marine enthusiasts entering the hobby because of an attraction to these colorful beauties. You will often see clownfish nestled in an anemone. While other fish avoid its stinging tentacles, it will cause you to wonder what relation does a clownfish and a sea anemone have. In the wild, Clown fish live in symbiotic relationships with certain anemones. It means they live together and both the Clown fish and the anemone benefiting from each others company. In captivity anemones are not necessary to keep a clown fish. Clownfish will readily adapt without them and frequently find a substitute host in a coral, rock structure, or other invertebrate. If you decide to keep an anemone you should make sure its special needs are met. Otherwise they live perfectly well in a saltwater aquarium making their home wherever they feel most comfortable.


Difference Between Captive Bred Clownfish and Wild Collected, Aquarium Conditioned Clownfish?

Wild Collected, Aquarium Conditioned are guaranteed aquarium conditioned for a period of no less than 14 days and sometimes much longer when necessary. With proper saltwater parameters met, under specific aquarium conditions that allow the wild clownfish we ship you to adapt easily to your home saltwater aquarium.
1. It means the clownfish we ship you are eating pellet and frozen aquarium foods.
2. It means whether they are tiny or large, their stomachs will not be pinched because they are not eating well.
3. It means they will not be sickly from disease or parasites because these are weeded out way before the aquarium conditioning process is over.
4. It means that they will not be stressed out when shipped. This means they will be in far better shape when they reach our customer.
5. It means the clownfish's coloration will be the best it can be.
6. Finally it means Aquarium Creations Online has done the best possible to make sure if their is going to be any problems, the problems will show up in our tanks and not in your home aquarium.

Captive Bred Clownfish have never known anything but aquarium life. Capitive Bred come from many sources but they all have one thing in common. Captive Bred are already accustomed to life in a tank environment and therefore easily acclimate to any home aquarium. Captive Bred also have virtually no shipping stress. A short shipping time ensures low stress during transport. In contrast, most wild collected clownfish experience long transit times from place of origin to a wholesalers tank. Captive Bred clownfish are not subject to the disease and parasite possibilities often found in ocean fresh clownfish. All captive bred fish are also "People Friendly". Captive bred clownfish associate people with food, which means they come up to the glass to beg for food rather than hiding in the presence of people. Captive Bred clownfish also eat a better diet. Captive Bred are conditioned to eat a variety of food including flakes, pellets and frozen foods. They eat almost any aquarium diet you offer them. Captive Bred are far less aggressive than ocean clownfish. For example, several captive raised false percula clownfish (Ocellaris) will peacefully live together in the same tank. Its wild ocean counterpart though can only be kept 1 in the tank, or you need to purchase a Wild Male / Female pair for them to get along and not beat each other up. Finally when you purchase Captive Bred fish you can be assured that your fish if properly taken care of, can live for many many years. Did you know that a captive bred clownfish in captivity can survive for up to 30 years!

Clownfish and Anemone Compatability

There is a definite closeness between clownfish and their host anenome. The anemone provides the protection for the clownfish, and in turn for this protection, the clownfish feeds and cleans the anenome. A true symbiotic relationship. But which clown will go into which anenome? Check out the chart and find out what anemone to purchase. 

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True Sebae Clownfish
Amphiprion sebae
Picture of True Sebae Clownfish

Description: The True Sebae Clownfish is probably one of the best known clownfish. It is a beautiful fish. Not seen often in the local fish store, they are a fun addition to a marine aquarium and can be kept in either an all fish aquarium or in a reef environment. They like to have a host anemone, but it is not necessary. The True Sebae Clownfish is one of the larger clownfish and they can get quite territorial as they grow large. They can get along with a variety of peaceful to semi-aggressive tank mates. A rock/coral decor that has many nooks and crannies for hiding and retreat will help avert aggression. Having been successfully bred in captivity, the True Sebae Clownfish are sometimes available as pairs as well as individually.

Minimum tank size: 20 Gallon

Feeding and diet: All clownfish are omnivores, meaning they need to eat both meaty foods along with some greens in their diet. A high quality marine flake food, rich in spirulina and algae, as well as freeze dried and frozen foods are readily accepted and will provide the nutrition they need.

Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish

Level of Care: Easy

Acclimation Time: 2+ hours

Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1" to 1-1/4", Medium 1-1/4" to 2", Large 2" to 3", XLarge 3" to 4"



Small $29.99 Medium $39.99
Large $59.99 XLarge $79.99
Mated Pair $159.99

Captive Bred Clarkii Clownfish
Amphiprion clarkii
Picture of Clarkii Clownfish
Identification:The Captive Bred Clarkii Clownfish is a highly popular aquarium species. Full grown Clarkii Clownfish can reach a size of about 4 inches, and are territorial when full grown. This is a species easily cared for in aquariums and will accept a wide variety of foods. Clarkii Clownfish are the most widely distributed anemonefish in the world, and show a large range of color variation. Clarkii Clownfish have large nests and average about 600 - 700 eggs in each spawn. They can spawn 2 to 3 times a month, and have a larval period of 7 - 9 days.

Minimum tank size: 20 Gallon

Feeding and diet: All clownfish are omnivores, meaning they need to eat both meaty foods along with some greens in their diet. A high quality marine flake food, rich in spirulina and algae, as well as freeze dried and frozen foods are readily accepted and will provide the nutrition they need.

Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish

Level of Care: Easy

Acclimation Time: 2+ hours

Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1" to 1-1/4", Medium 1-1/4" to 2", Large 2" to 3", XLarge 3" to 4"




Small $19.99 Medium $23.99
Large $43.99 XLarge $69.99
Mated Pair $119.99

Captive Bred Tomato Clownfish
Picture of Tomato Clownfish
Identification: The bright cherry red color of the Tomato Clownfish also known as the Bridled Clownfish or Red Clownfish. A large clownfish species, the adult female Tomato Clownfish can reach a length of 4 to 5 inches in the wild but in the aquarium usually max out at around 31/2 inches. Tomato Clownfish like many other clownfish can become aggressive as they get larger. Tomato Clownfish pairs will typically spawn about every 10-14 days and the eggs hatch 7-8 days later. The average nest size is about 400 eggs. Captive Bred Tomato Clownfish are a deeper Red than the wild Tomato clownfish.

Minimum tank size: 20 Gallon

Feeding and diet: All clownfish are omnivores, meaning they need to eat both meaty foods along with some greens in their diet. A high quality marine flake food, rich in spirulina and algae, as well as freeze dried and frozen foods are readily accepted and will provide the nutrition they need.

Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish

Level of Care: Easy

Acclimation Time: 2+ hours

Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1" to 1-1/4", Medium 1-1/4" to 2", Large 2" to 3", XLarge 3" to 4"


Small $17.99 Medium $19.99 Large $44.99
Captive Bred Mated Pair $109.99

Extreme Misbar Ocellaris Clownfish
Amphiprion ocellaris
Picture Extreme Misbar Ocellaris Clownfish
Identification: Extreme Misbar Ocellaris Clownfish are some very awesome one-of-a-kind clownfish. Each one is unique. They are by far the most difficult to produce as very few have these minimal white patterns. Each Extrme Misbar is selectively chosen to qualify as an Extreme Misbar Ocellaris, and availability is always VERY limited. This results in a very desirable and rare clownfish morph that would become the pride of any aquarium. An interesting fact is not only are they amazing looking NOW, as the Extreme Misbar Ocellaris Clownfish get older, the black coloration fills in more and more between the stripes making it that much more striking!

Minimum tank size: 20 Gallon

Feeding and diet: All clownfish are omnivores, meaning they need to eat both meaty foods along with some greens in their diet. A high quality marine flake food, rich in spirulina and algae, as well as freeze dried and frozen foods are readily accepted and will provide the nutrition they need.

Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish

Level of Care: Easy

Acclimation Time: 2+ hours

Approximate Purchase Size: 1-1/2" to 2"


$22.99

Two Banded Red Sea Bicinctus
Amphiprion Bicinctus
Picture of Bicinctus Clownfish
Description: The Two banded or Bicinctus Clownfish is also called the Red Sea Clownfish since it is the most prevalent clownfish in the Red Sea. The Bicinctus Clownfish does not need an Anemone to survive, but will accept the Bubble Tip, Sebae, Long Tentacle and Carpet Anemones as its host, as well as corals. . It has two distinctive black-trimmed white stripes, an Orange tail and a Yellow Orange body color. Provide the Two Banded Clownfish plenty of room since they are one of the liveliest of all the clownfish. Along with their lively behavior they can be somewhat aggressive so they need to be house with fish that can handle it.

Minimum tank size: 30 Gallon

Feeding and diet: All clownfish are omnivores, meaning they need to eat both meaty foods along with some greens in their diet. A high quality marine flake food, rich in spirulina and algae, as well as freeze dried and frozen foods are readily accepted and will provide the nutrition they need.

Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish

Level of Care: Easy

Acclimation Time: 2+ hours

Approximate Purchase Size:
Medium: 1" to 1-3/4"; Large: 1-3/4" to 2-1/2"


Medium $31.99 Large $41.99

Spotcinctus Clownfish
Amphiprion Bicinctus sp.
Picture of Spotcinctus Clownfish
Description: The Spotcinctus is a highly sought after variation of the Red Sea Two-Band Clownfish that usually has spots or "blobs" of white in between stripes. These fish are some of the most eccentric clownfish we offer and are usually available in an extremely limited quantity. Spotcinctus were the first Designer morph for this species. Each one is different and everyone a true beauty.

Minimum tank size: 30 Gallon

Feeding and diet: All clownfish are omnivores, meaning they need to eat both meaty foods along with some greens in their diet. A high quality marine flake food, rich in spirulina and algae, as well as freeze dried and frozen foods are readily accepted and will provide the nutrition they need.

Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish

Level of Care: Easy

Acclimation Time: 2+ hours

Approximate Purchase Size: 1" to 2"




$49.99



 


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Photos are representative of each species. All marine life will be unique and variations should be expected, color and sizes may vary.
*Guarantee Restriction: All of our livestock are guaranteed. However for one or more of these species, they may be marked with a guarantee restriction. If it does, it means the specific animal may not handle stress from environmental conditions well. These stresses can include poor water quality, harassment from tank mates or confined aquarium conditions. When stressed, these species can lose the ability to ward off infection and disease. Other species may be listed as Restricted because they have such specialized feeding requirements that is difficult recreate in a aquarium and may succumb to malnutrition.