clown loach

Clown fish are very popular aquarium fish because of their colorful bodies but very different shapes. You have a lively personality. Clownfish is actively learning to fish at school. They live happily in groups of 5 or more, otherwise they can get stressed. Clownfish are compressed laterally and have 3 black stripes on an orange body. Over time, the scratch may disappear. They are sold as new 1.5-inch batches and are widely available in aquarium stores. However, keep in mind that even in captivity, they can grow to about 6 to 10 inches tall. So if you have a small or medium sized aquarium, you should let it go because they are active swimmers and need a lot of space to swim. They make a crackling sound when they are happy or stressed. With proper care, they can live a healthy life for about 10 years. These fish require high water quality standards because they are very sensitive to other pollutants and nitrates. So keep the water standard. They are peaceful fish. Small fish like discs, guppies can live happily with them and can easily breed in the presence of clown fish. The aquarium should not have very strong lighting and a soft base layer. The aquarium should have plenty of hiding places made of wood, stone, and plants. If possible, place live plants in the aquarium. The plants should be firm to the bottom where they can be dug up and uprooted. The water should be changed, so every week. Change 25% of the water every week.

Note: This fish has spines under the eyes that are used to defend or attack others. They can use this if they can get into the network and harm the owner or themselves. Therefore, when transporting, use very large, shoddy or stable containers.

The clown fish sometimes swims sideways, upside down, or looks sick. They can even lie on their side at the bottom of the pelvis and appear dead. This is normal clownfish behavior. Therefore, Aquarists should not remove him until he recovers. agreed.

Size : 6-10 inches
Age : 10+ years
Tank volume : at least 50 gallons
Nature : calm
pH : 6.5 - 7.0
Temperature : 78 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit (25 to 30 degrees Celsius)
Diet : omnivorous, can eat live and frozen foods.
Reproduction : rarely reproduce
Treatment : moderate

Identify male and female clowns
It is very difficult to tell the difference between a male and a female clownfish. However, you can tell if it is male or female by looking at the tail. The end of the chain is generally larger and curves inward rather than running straight from the body. While the female is smaller and thinner. The male's tail resembles a claw, while the female does not. I think this information will help you distinguish between male and female clownfish.

attitude behavior
Breeding clownfish is a very difficult task. She lays her eggs. Breeding clownfish in an aquarium is a rare and difficult thing. They need a lot of luck and hard work to achieve their bloodline. They must be sexually mature to reproduce, and generally reach 7 inches or more in length.

Tank preparation
You should have a large aquarium of at least 50 gallons with good water quality. Set the temperature to 85 F or 29 C. Ammonia and nitrite should be around 0. Nitrate should be less than 20 and pH should be 6.5. There should be many live plants in the aquarium.

A few weeks before mating, clown fish begin to eat live fish. The circumference of the female before mating increases very quickly. Then the female can lay her eggs in the aquarium. You can eat her eggs, so move the mother to another tank. For the first few weeks, give the baby liquid fried food. After 2-3 weeks it is crushed. Watch out for the fries. Feed them 5-6 times a day. Do not feed clowns too much, it can be dangerous for them. Change the water for 3-4 days.
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