ORA Snowflake clownfish are similar to normal ocellaris clownfish. From far away, you may think they are normal clownfish, but up close you can see distinct markings. They have orange bodies, usually three white irregular-shaped stripes, and that iconic orange coloration. They are very popular and for good reason. Sometimes unique looking fish can be expensive or difficult to care for. Snowflake clownfish are both affordable and straightforward to care for!
- Feeding: Omnivore. They will eat most types of marine fish food. It is recommended that you feed food with high nutritional food for healthier fish.
- Water Parameters: ~78° F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.020-1.025
- Temperament: Peaceful
- Reef-safe: Yes
- Color: Orange, white, and black
Bubble Tip Anemones are the most popular host anemone for Snowflake clownfish (and other ocellaris clowns), but they will accept a wide variety of host anemones. They do not need a host anemone, but it is an interesting relationship to see. It may take some time for the clownfish to become acquainted with an anemone.
ORA Snowflake Clownfish are captive-bred. By buying these beautiful fish, you are not only helping the ocean and supporting the captive-bred industry, but you are also purchasing a clownfish that is hardier and more accustomed to aquarium life than a wild-caught specimen. They are much less likely to carry disease and are less stressed during shipping. Help yourself and help make your hobby more sustainable by purchasing captive-bred fish!