Often times, people mistake Naked Clownfish for Clown gobies because they are somewhat similar in form and both have a one colored body. Still, Naked Clownfish are simply normal Ocellaris clownfish without stripes. They have the same care requirements and everything. Around its orange body is an outline of black, which brings out the depth of the orange even more. This clownfish is a result of breeding other designer clowns, and therefore are not found in the ocean. Sometimes, they are not fully naked and instead have a cheek dot. These clowns are sometimes called nearly-naked clownfish. Having a small dot near the eye makes the fish no less attractive. Some may say it makes the fish even more unique.
Purchase Size: 1.25 – 1.5″
Feeding: Omnivore. These naked clowns will eat nearly any marine fish food. Still, feeding higher quality food will ensure a healthier, more vibrant fish!
Water Parameters: ~78° F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.020-1.025
Reef Safe: Yes
Color: Orange with black outline. Sometimes has a white “cheek spot”.
These fish are Captive-Bred by ORA. They are a direct result of captive-breeding. By purchasing these fish, you are obtaining a fish that is hardier, more accustomed to aquarium life, and better able to handle the stress of shipping. You are also helping to protect the oceans by supporting the captive-bred industry. ORA Naked Clownfish are just as easy to care for as other clownfish, if not easier because of their increased hardiness! Like with other clownfish, they can be hosted by an anemone and be kept in pairs.
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