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Post by 300gallonacrylic on Thu Feb 12, 2009 8:11 pm

OK, another question about clowns....this time ocellaris clowns.

I have a couple ocellaris clowns, and they're always together, I bought them from the same person, and they have been together for quite some time, I don't see any difference in size really, and I don't notice one being more dominant than the other....they are both really quite peaceful. They are both around 2" long. I have had them for about 6 months. Is it possible that they are both still sexually immature? Or do you think that I may have a bonded pair? They haven't shown any signs of breeding, or cleaning or anything like that. Any help here would be greatly appreciated as well. Thanks
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Post by sambrinar*mod* on Sun Mar 01, 2009 3:07 am

I bet that one has not morphed yet, give them time, you will see a change in behavior, they shiver and dive bomb the surface. eventually one will become bigger than the other and that will be the female. you can't rush nature, that is for sure
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