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Old 01-09-2010, 01:35 AM
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Black Misbar vs Onyx Clownfish

What's the difference btw a black Misbar Clown and an Onyx clown...looking to get either one or maybe both. Let's not talk about $$, but the color and features. Thanks.
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Old 01-09-2010, 04:33 PM
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-A Misbar clown is basically a clown that has abnormal white "stripe" markings on it.
- You can definitely get both dude just make sure they aren't same sex
- The Black Clown will... eventually at one point turn all black.


- An Onyx Clown is basically a hybrid clownfish between a regular one and a black one. Orange will remain in the fish. Each coloration will be different depending on the fish when it gets to adult hood. Generally speaking... they will have more black in the center than a true perc and have orange at the ends.
See below:

The Standard Black Perc Clownfish:


The Misbar: There will be variations on how they look based on how much the white comes down on them.


Onyx Clown:
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