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True Percula and Black Saddleback

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I decided to try pairing a true percula and a black saddleback ocellaris. I introduced them to the tank at the same time and made sure to have a plan in place to separate them if things went wrong. They've only been together for a week now, but I haven't seen any signs of aggression or bullying. Last night they slept in their anemone together. It's too cute!

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Do you have any rock in the tank? Just wondering as I am just seeing fake decoration which is fine but make sure you have rock too.

 

Anyways, cute clowns. It may take a long time to really know if they will truly pair. Juvi clowns will tolerate each other much better than larger adults and its possible as the saddleback grows into an adult and becomes more aggressive, it may beat up on its smaller buddy too much. Sometimes saddlebacks can even be too rough on other saddlebacks. Will take time to know. Good luck!

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14 minutes ago, Tamberav said:

Do you have any rock in the tank? Just wondering as I am just seeing fake decoration which is fine but make sure you have rock too.

 

Anyways, cute clowns. It may take a long time to really know if they will truly pair. Juvi clowns will tolerate each other much better than larger adults and its possible as the saddleback grows into an adult and becomes more aggressive, it may beat up on its smaller buddy too much. Sometimes saddlebacks can even be too rough on other saddlebacks. Will take time to know. Good luck!

Yeah! I have plenty of rocks. The fake plant in the background is for my seahorses 🙂

Thank you for the advice! I will continue to proceed with caution. 

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3 hours ago, veiledfox said:

Yeah! I have plenty of rocks. The fake plant in the background is for my seahorses 🙂

Thank you for the advice! I will continue to proceed with caution. 

 

Seahorses are not supposed to be kept with stinging animals. 😞 A nem is such a huge danger. 

 

This is a great resource for all things seahorse:

 

https://seahorsesavvy.com/pages/basic-care-information

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10 hours ago, Tamberav said:

 

Seahorses are not supposed to be kept with stinging animals. 😞 A nem is such a huge danger. 

 

This is a great resource for all things seahorse:

 

https://seahorsesavvy.com/pages/basic-care-information

Oh no. I'm currently working on moving them to their own tank. I'll speed that up then. Thank you for the resources!

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