Info about the ORA® Captive-Bred Wyoming White Clownfish
The Wyoming White Clowns are a variation of the standard Ocellaris Clown, which has dark orange fins that change into black with time. They are likely to select an anemone as their host very quickly (just keep away from condylactis). In one of the most fascinating demonstrations of symbiotic interaction that you can observe in your aquarium at home the clownfish provides food and cleaning services to the anemone. This helps protect the clownfish. The clownfish is safe for reefs and will eat processed food and is able to be added to small groups. Clownfish have been known to alter their sexes to increase the chance for reproduction as well as genetic variety in wild. In the event that a female is killed, the male will switch their sex to replace her. The Wyoming White Clowns have orange faces, which are highlighted by black. Their bodies are primarily white, and a lot have black spots on their gill covers. They are called the Frost Bite Clown will grow to approximately 4″.