Incredible images! I'm sold on the species every time I read your post. Sure hope I can get up your way to get some one day! said:Thanks I hope so too.
@jtapgar wrote:Awesome thread! I had some clarki clowns that started laying eggs said:If you are wanting to raise them just drop a piece of clay pot or tile over the spot they layed the eggs and they will likely lay eggs on the removable piece the next time.
@Hook'em2006 wrote:I work up in Gainesville a couple times a week said:Yes that wouldn't be a problem I go through gainesville most of the time on my way to drop off other fish. Just find some you like in the for sale thread I have then when you find the ones you like let me know and I will let you know the next time I will be through.
beautiful fish if you continue to breed i would like to buy a pair off you. i'm a fellow breeder and when i move to texas i will want to start back up =). said:Thank you very much. Let me know when you are ready and we can get you some clowns!
starting up my tank and was really excited when i read the first post until i saw the date :0 Do you still breed these? A pair of picassos are going to be my main fish in my 30 gallon and would love to be able to pick up local. wont be ready for a month and a half-two months though. said:Yes I still have some right now, let me know when you're ready and I will see what I have left.
Do you still have any Picassos left? said:Yes I have a few clowns left. I have had several people ask about the clowns left. Instead of sending pictures to each person I think I will start a for sale post. I am currently trying to get pictures of the clowns left. As soon as I get the pictures I will upload them and start a post in the for sale forum. So keep an eye out in the for sale forum soon.