Anyone breeding Cardinal fish or "common" clowns?

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  1. Enderturtle

    Enderturtle Volunteer

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    Most bengai cardinals you see in the stores are aqua cultured/tank raised.

    I hear Bengai cardinals are almost extinct in the wild and there are more in captivity than near the island theyre from.
     
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  2. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

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    I'm not sure I could get them, they pretty much hug the anemones 24/7. Either way, my numbers have dropped, and they all pretty much have laid claim to an area/anemone.
     
  3. BAYMAC

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    You wouldn't get much of a bite, especially since you are breading such a small fish. :p

    There may be a pair for sale at the farm my landlord has. do you want me to ask?
     
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  4. wpeterson

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    Damn that auto-correct! I promise not to bread any tropical fish.

    We have a female adult bengai cardinal I was hoping to pair with a male, probably a juvenile (or whatever is easiest for compatibility). If your landlord has one, I'd be interested.
     

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