The Wyoming White Clownfish is the result of breeding two Gladiator clownfish together. They have pearly white bodies with orange faces, pectoral fins, and pelvic fins. There is also a small splotch of orange on the anal fin. The tail fin has some hints of orange but is mostly black. All of the orange on the other fins are outlined in black as well. Although this is a highly desired designer clownfish, it is just as easy to care for as a plain ocellaris clownfish. The Wyoming White Clownfish readily accept a wide range of aquariums foods. It is peaceful with other tank mates and does not bother crustaceans or corals. It can be paired with another Wyoming White Clownfish or any other ocellaris clownfish. Though it is not required, this fish can be hosted by an anemone and looks even more beautiful if done so.
Purchase Size: 1.25 – 1.5″
Feeding: Omnivore. 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: White body with orange face and fins. There is some black around the orange on the fins.
There are many benefits to buying captive-bred clownfish to you and the ocean. Purchasing captive-bred fish such as this one helps the ocean by discouraging the harmful wild-caught trade while also supporting the captive-bred industry. This makes our beloved hobby more sustainable as well. Designer clownfish are desirable not just for their looks, but also for their ease of care. Because this Wyoming White Clownfish is captive-bred, it is hardier and more resilient to disease than wild-caught clownfish. It is far less likely to carry disease from ORA than the ocean. With that, you also get a fish that is better adapted for aquarium life and better able to handle the stress of shipping.