Davinci Clownfish, Captive-Bred



The Davinci Clownfish is a vibrant color variation of the popular Ocellaris Clownfish. What differentiates this particular variation from other Ocellaris Clownfish is the prominent white banding which curves and joins like brush strokes. Contrary to Snowflake Ocellaris Clownfish that demonstrate similar levels of white coloring, however in a chaotic and random pattern The Davinci Clownfish retains the orange coloration in clean, broad blocks that are beautifully traced with black stripes. Captive-Bred DaVinci clownfish are available both in grades A and B. Grade A features two white stripes that are connected. For Grade B, the categories display three distinct wavy stripes, with soft, rounded edges. It is believed that the Davinci Clownfish does best housed in an aquarium with at least 20 gallons, or greater and with lots of rock. It can develop a symbiotic relationship with the following anemone species: Carpet (Stichodactyla in sp. ), Sebae (Heteractis crispa), Bulb (Entacmaea quadricolor), or Ritteri (Heteractis magnifica). While the Davinci Clownfish does not require an anemone for its survival If you decide to keep an anemone in your aquarium, make sure the lighting system and aquarium are able to meet the needs of the host anemone prior to including it in your aquarium. Captive-Bred Ocellaris Clownfish, like Davinci Clownfish possess benefits over species that are harvested from the wild. First, this Captive-Bred Ocellaris Clownfish is very robust and is more comfortable with the conditions of home aquariums. This is why the Davinci Clownfish is a fantastic option for both novices and experienced aquarists too. The Davinci Clownfish is able to be kept alongside many other clownfish that are captive-bred, in the event that they are introduced into the aquarium in the same way. It is believed that the Davinci Clownfish, like several other species of captive-bred clownfish, could be raised in a home aquarium in a relatively simple manner and is among the most popular "starter" fish that are suitable for breeders of saltwater. Females are more dominant of the pair and the two fish generally stay close to each to each other in home aquariums. The Da Vinci is an egg layer that will usually deposit eggs on a surface, or close to the bottom of the host anemone and protect the eggs from any tankmates. The eggs are usually born within 6 to 11 days, depending upon the temperatures. The fry should be kept in separate tanks eating Rotifers, and then the baby brine shrimp. Davinci Clownfish, bred in captivity, is an multi-seater, which means they require both meaty and non-meaty foods and some greens as part of their diet. A high quality marine flake that is rich in spirulina, along with freeze-dried and frozen food items is easily accepted. Approximate Purchase Size: 1-1/2" to 2-1/2"    
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Davinci Clownfish Information What happens when you mix art and science? DaVinci Ocellaris Clownfish. The stunning designed clownfish comes from a variation of Amphiprion Ocellaris. The body color and appearance of the DaVinci Ocellaris Clownfish are similar to those of the standard Ocellaris Clownfish. However, the stripes are distinct. The stripes of white have been replaced by interesting shapes and curves, much as an artist paints large strokes of paint onto an intense orange canvas. There are no two fish that are identical. DaVinci Ocellaris Clownfish have been described as an amalgamation of the Wyoming White Clownfish (A. ocellaris) and Ocellaris Clownfish (also A. ocellaris).  
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