Acquired: Fish / pet store
California, United States
Posted Mar 12, 2015
This is not a beginner fish at all because of the price and finicky health. They fair well in a large tank with others and live rock. Their health is only tricky to manage if you are t prepared and do have the right climate for your fish. Whereas, a Bicolored Blenny may survive, a clownfish will not.
If you want to own a clownfish in the traditional sense then your clownfish has to get used to the sea anemone, so don't expect them to be best hubs right away.
They eat the same pellets and sheets that the rest of the tank members eat so feeding isn't too specialized.