Can I Keep Damsel Fish With Clownfish
Do yellow tail damsel with clownfish?
any success or warning of mixing damsels and clownfish? The combo you have listed will be fine. The yellowtails have enough aggression to hold their own against most fish, but not usually aggressive enough to harm any of your othe listed fish.
Can damsels and clownfish mate?
Sure, but it’s extremely rare. More often than not, you will have hybridization between members of the same genus of closely related species.
What type of fish can live with clownfish?
Clownfish do well with wrasses, damselfish, tangs, dartfish, angelfish, blennies, puffers, corals, anemones and gobies. One thing to think about is that clownfish will often not get along with others of their kind.
Are yellowtail damsels aggressive?
Aggression. The Yellowtail Damselfish is an aggressive saltwater fish–some would say semi-aggressive, but in my experience, they will defend their territories from interlopers, which essentially is any other fish that wants to swim around the tank :).
How big do saltwater damsels get?
The majority of these species are saltwater fish found in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Their natural environment is in tropical coral reefs and they are lively and active fish. The majority of Damselfish grow to around 3 inches in length however large species, such as the Garibaldi, can grow up to 12 inches long.
Are damsels aggressive fish?
Damselfish get a really bad rap in the saltwater aquarium hobby. They are highly aggressive, bite your hand if you put it in the tank, have been known to harass timid tank mates to death, and are a pain to remove if you have to take one out of your tank.
What fish can I put with maroon clownfish?
They are more suited with bold tank mates such as angelfish, tangs triggerfish and wrasses. They will harass small peaceful fish (including other clownfish species). Maroon clownfish have striking deep maroon colour with three distinctive white stripes on them.
Can clownfish and blue tang live together?
Can You Keep Clownfish And Blue Tang Together? Yes, technically speaking, you can keep clownfish and blue tang together because their geographical distribution in the wild overlaps. They pretty much enjoy the same water parameters.
Will clownfish breed with other fish in the tank?
Myth number three: that captive bred clownfish will not breed with each other. This is absolutely not true and captive bred clownfish will absolutely breed with each other. Mother nature does not change how clownfish sexually mature in an aquarium and most captive bred clownfish are easy to breed in a home aquarium.
Can I mix clownfish species?
Yes, but they will fight. Having multiply species in the same tank is like two rival gangs in the same area.