Mocha Longfin Ocellaris Clownfish, Captive-Bred
The Mocha Longfin Ocellaris Clownfish is an aesthetically pleasing clownfish thanks to its dark orange hue along with white bands, and long fins that are black. The Mocha Longfin Ocellaris Clownfish is an ideal addition to any aquarium, especially if you are a fan of fins. The captive-bred clownfish can grow to a maximum of 3 inches in an aquarium. It can be kept in groups. Captive-Bred Ocellaris Clownfish, such as that of the Mocha Longfin Ocellaris Clownfish have advantages over wild-harvested species. Captive-Bred Clownfish are tough and more comfortable with the conditions that are common in home aquariums. Therefore, Mocha Longfin Clownfish is an ideal choice for novices and experienced aquarists alike. This Mocha Longfin Ocellaris Clownfish can be kept alongside many other clownfish that are captive-bred when introduced to the aquarium in the same way. It is believed that the Mocha Longfin Ocellaris Clownfish like many other ocellaris that are captive-bred are very easy to breed in your aquarium at home. Females are usually the largest of the two as the fish typically stay close to one and in the tank. It is an egg laying fish. It will usually lay eggs on a level surface. They also protect the eggs against other tankmates. The eggs are usually born within 6 to 11 days, depending on the temp. The fry needs to be raised in a separate tank with a diet consisting of rotifers and baby brine shrimp. This captive bred fish is an omnivore and requires fleshy food items and certain herbivore foods. High-quality flakes and marine food that is high in spirulina, along with freeze-dried and frozen food items are easily accepted. Approximate purchase size 1" to 2"
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Information on Mocha Longfin Ocellaris Clownfish Longfin Clownfish aren't new to the sport, however, this Longfin Clownfish has a distinct look. The longfin clownfish feature long flowing fins and an even and rounded outline. This distinguishes them from the standard longfin variety which has stiff, jagged fins that have uneven edges. This is the reason behind their distinct appearance of the longfin clownfish can be attributed to genetic differences.
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