RSS Wyoming White clownfish coming soon from Sustainable Aquatics

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    Platinum perculas have been around and widespread for a long time but we can’t say the same for the angelic looking Wyoming White ocellaris clownfish. Originally produced and developed by C-Quest in Puerto Rico, the numbers of Wyoming White clownfish has remained quite low in*the*marine aquarium hobby. Some aquaculture outfits have been dabbling in Wyoming White ocellaris production but after years of effort Sustainable Aquatics has been able to produce a Wyoming White stable of their own.

    Starting with just a single fish Sustainable Aquatics has finally built up enough livestock to begin the limited release of this highly coveted and rare strain of designer clownfish. The first three pairs of Wyoming White clownfish are on display at the World Wide Corals booth here at MACNA – they are being offered at the incredible show-special price of $400 a pair but everyday pricing will probably be closer to $300 a piece. Sustainable Aquatics expects a general release of the Wyoming White clownfish in about four to six months.*

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    Exactly my thoughts too @belindamotion ,,, do you get discount if you buy this one??? :lol:
     
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    I love the way the clown looks.
     
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    I would buy it, but will not spend a fortune on one
     
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    Crazy, for captive bred, don't care what they say, it should be cheaper. Think it's an interesting clown though!
     
  9. Goolam

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    I would'nt mind one but at the right price.
     
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    I can still see where they held the clown when they dipped it into the white paint :lol:

    On the side though, how genetically healthy are these fish? Reason I am asking is that with certain dog breeds (collies, Dalmatians etc) there is a genetic "problem" (for lack of a better word) that results in deafness and blindness in dogs that are double Merle. Does this also occur in the fish world?
     
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    Yep cheap clowns look better
     
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