Introducing the new Split-Face Hybrid Clownfish
20 Dec, 2015
via 2 Clowns
Gatineau, Quebec, Canada (12-20-2016) – It has been a while since our Barberi Clownfish female and Fire Clown male have spawned for us, and after almost 11 month it’s time to put a name on these new hybrids.
From a female wild Fijian Amphiprion barberi (Walt Smith) X a male tank-raised Amphiprion ephippium (ProAquatix), we’d like to introduce the Split-Face Clownfish. The following pictures shows fish born on February 20th, March 6-7th, March 20th and April 16th, 2015.
We’re not selling any right now but it is something we might consider in the future. There are only 3 of these hybrids out in friends tanks and that’s it. Both aquarists know exactly what these new hybrids are; they were not acquired under any other name.
The Split-Face Clownfish all started out with a full band and gradually, the band has split on top of the head and remains only on both sides of the face, creating a very nice, bright and somewhat different clownfish that we are personally very proud of.
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