The First Ever Study on the Reproductive Rate of Clownfish December 8, 2019 Tags:aquarium, clown fish, clownfish, coral, coral reef, fish, fish keeping, fish tank, fishes, genetics, marine aquarium, marine fish, marine tank, ocean, ocellaris, ocellaris clownfish, percula, percula clownfish, percula clownfish breeding, reef, reef aquarium, reef tank, reproduction, saltwater, saltwater aquarium, saltwater aquarium fish, saltwater fish, saltwater fish tank, saltwater tank, scicom, scicomm, science communication Related Posts Genealogy site helps to solve UCF student’s murder Introduction to Population Genetics (2010) 4. Molecular Genetics I About The Author John Henderson 3 Comments ReefMan I hope you all enjoy this intro to quantitative genetics! It was interesting doing the research for this video – I hope I got it all right! My clownfish spend their time in the corner of my tank – makes it kind of hard to get good video. Stick around for the end if you want to enjoy some additional footage of my clownfish December 8, 2019 Reply DrOfWelshMagic Less than 1 fish biannually? That's crazy…. however after watching my pair spawn EVERY 12 days and subsequently devour the whole batch, I believe the majority of the offspring are eaten by the parents even in the wild. Was this perceived to be the case or not do you know? December 8, 2019 Reply Alfredo Reis Deus Please get a magnifica for those clowns 🙂 If you treat it at arrival with ciprofloxacin, it's as resistant as a bubbletip. December 8, 2019 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.