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Free to a good home midnight ocellaris. She’s about 2 years old a few inches long, and needs a new home. Pretty sure she just reached sexual maturity, as she’s defending an area of the tank as if she has laid eggs. If someone wants a clown that would love to breed let me know. My tank is a bit too cramped right now and she would love a mate.

Please if you would like her, make sure she is introduced first or introduced with a very small male. Because she has been single for 2 years she is MOST LIKELY female but I’m not quite sure. She will do ok by herself as well. Please make sure she is in a 10 gallon or larger aquarium.

Local pickup only please! Zip 48362.
She is a great clown, eats like a pig and very healthy! She is known to have a toadstool coral as a home lol.

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Here is her guarding her little cave last night! Healthy and fat. Free to a good home :)
 

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Currently have her sequestered until someone is interested, would have taken her to LFS sooner but my ankle is injured and driving isn’t fun right now!
Excuse the dirty glass.
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