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Item number FMC_1926


Overview: For Amphiprion ocellaris the keeping is considered easy. An aquarium of at least 150 liters is recommended.
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Amphiprion ocellaris - Anemonenfisch - bred in Germany

Amphiprion ocellaris - anemonefish

Amphiprion ocellaris - Anemonefish - BREEDING!

The Ocellaris Clownfish live in pairs or in harem groups with one female and several males in the anemone: The largest fish is always the female, the others are males. If the female dies, the largest male changes sex and becomes a female again.

A. occelaris lives in the sea with the following anemones: Stichodactyla gigantea, Stichodactyla mertensi and Heteractis magnifica. Is closely related to Amphiprion percula, but does not have a larger dorsal fin.

For aquaristic keeping:
An easy to keep anemonefish, which is in addition very strongly bred. Therefore it should always be kept as a pair. With the right conditions your fish will also start spawning soon.

Since this fish always stays close to or inside the anemone, it does not really need much swimming space. However, you should allow it a tank from at least 100 liters of water capacity, better 150 liters. Simply because they are always relatively close to their host anemone and hardly swim around freely. Nevertheless, we consider it unsuitable for a 60 liter nano tank.

Latin name:

Amphiprion ocellaris

German name:

False Clownfish

Adult size:

8 cm

Aquarium size:

100 liters and up

Temperature:

24°C - 27°C

Food:

Frozen or live food (Artemia, Cyclops, Mysis, Gammarus, Krill, Gammarus).
flake food (Soft Clownfish Food), food granules,
Zooplankton (Animal Plankton).

Difficulty level:

Easy

Socialization:

In pairs or in harem groups with one female and several males in the anemone.

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