Breeding Pair of Tomato Clown Fish

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I have a pair of mated Tomato Clownfish that breed on a regular basis. Funny thing is they take care of the eggs dutifully and before they have a chance to hatch they eat them!
Very normal. I have three breeding pair and they stopped eating them but for the longest time enjoyed caviar
 
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No need to cross post as i just answered other thread BUT > > > >
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Same thing with mine they lay eggs about every 10 days then eat them all as soon as you gan see eyes on the eggs. The lay on a large rock behind a BTA that can’t be removed. Love to hear other experiences.
 

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Welcome to Reef2Reef!!

Are they laid on anything that can be removed from the parents tank?
No, always on the rock next to the bubble tip they host. I should put a tile in the tank, maybe they would lay the eggs on that.
 
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No, always on the rock next to the bubble tip they host. I should put a tile in the tank, maybe they would lay the eggs on that.
You could try to put something for them to lay eggs on but they have a mind of their own haha. They quite like clay pots if you can get one near where they host.
 
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