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Sustainable Aquatics' Fiji Sunkist Pink Skunk Clownfish Made Available

Tennessee facility announces availability of tank bred Amphiprion perideraion on its Facebook page.

June 17, 2013

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Tennessee-based Sustainable Aquatics announced on its Facebook page June 14 that it is now offering tank bred Fiji Sunkist Pink Skunk clownfish (Amphiprion perideraion). The facility's Fiji Sunkist pink skunk clownfish are an orange coloration rather than their natural pink coloration, making for a unique an interesting fish.

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Sustainable Aquatics' Sunkist Pink Skunk Clownfish

Sustainable Aquatics' Sunkist Pink Skunk Clownfish. Image courtesy Sustainable Aquatics/Facebook

The pink skunk clownfish is a semi-aggressive (to other clowns) clownfish that grows to about 4 inches in length. It is generally pink with a white line down its back as well as a white head bar. It is an omnivore and requires 74-82 degrees Fahrenheit water temperatures. It is recommended that it be kept in a 30 gallon or larger aquarium and it prefers to host with Stichodactyla mertensii or Heteractis crispa anemones.

For more information on Sustainable Aquatics, visit its website at www.sustainableaquatics.com/

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Carl    Livermore, CA

6/17/2013 3:13:50 PM

Nice to see more tank raised fish coming to the hobby.

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