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help ID this clown
Ive been wanting to get a pair for my clown but cant really deside what species she is. I heard maroon from a friend but this clown isnt maroon although she is developing orange on her stripes, any input will be apreciated
Looks like a Maroon. Developing orange on her stripes? Juvenile fish, changing to mature colors. Sounds like the Yellow Stripe Maroon Clownfish.
I thought so too til I search engined yellow stripe maroon and they look like burgandy almost il see if I can post the pic
It's dark orange with neon orange outlines, black tail and bottom fins, and stripes are turning orange
I didn't see any clowns on that page with the same chocolate orange look
Clownfish: Facts, Discussion Forum, and Encyclopedia Article
Look towards the bottom of this one. It also has a list of Clowns.
with all the different clown variations now a days i doubt you'll get a specific answer unless you know what type of clowns it came from. if i had to guess, i would also say juvi maroon but again, it could very well be a maroon x percula crossbreed of some sort.
your best bet may be to let it mature alittle bit making it become a female, then getting a maroon much smaller to be the male.
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