Mixed clowns

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Hi. I had a pair of false clowns till the smaller one escaped one night when i was in bed so now i only have one. But im wondering wether or not to replace it with a black and white one to have a mixed pair but there is so much conflictint arguements online. Any help would be appreciated please

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I did and mine jellied straight away.  It's pot luck I think

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I think you might be right. Thank you

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I also agree with fishface, Thank You

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Reply #4

Get a baby one and you should be fine.  Issues crop up when they are both female.  Clowns all start male, then one changes to become female.  Once female, they can't change back, and two females will fight if in close quarters.

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Thank you for your replies im concentrating on sorting a sump out then ill be back on the fish attack 👍🏻

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