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    Posted: January 14 2013 at 11:47pm
Snowflakes first spawn. Yes Pam these are a pair I got from you!undefined
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Sweet! Good luck hope you have lots of babies!
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How are caring level compare to the regular clown?
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THIS IS AWESOME!! I AM SO JEALOUS! I am getting a pair when I settle in ST.George. :)
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Sweet! Good luck hope you have lots of babies!
Thanks! I hope so to.  
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Originally posted by sh2007 sh2007 wrote:

How are caring level compare to the regular clown?
When It's this cold out snowflakes do well, but when It starts to warm up they tend to melt!LOL ... Shift+R improves the quality of this image. CTRL+F5 reloads the whole page. 
Care level is about the same.   
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Originally posted by ptronsp ptronsp wrote:

THIS IS AWESOME!! I AM SO JEALOUS! I am getting a pair when I settle in ST.George. :)
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Hey Shaun. How are the ones you got from me doing.
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Hey Shaun. How are the ones you got from me doing.
They are doing great. Very nice looking pair! Fingers crossed they will lay eggs soon.
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You know me Shaun.. I can't just have one pair :).
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Corrected me if I am wrong. Most snowflake out there are ocellaris, so I am wonder how come they don't make snowflake from percula. Any chance to cross breed snowflake to percula to get offspring percula snowflake. Is there anyone doing it?

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With percula, it seems everything is Picasso   But there are quite a few snowcasso's (snowflake x picasso, which results in a hybrid) to be seen on google

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Originally posted by sh2007 sh2007 wrote:

Corrected me if I am wrong. Most snowflake out there are ocellaris, so I am wonder how come they don't make snowflake from percula. Any chance to cross breed snowflake to percula to get offspring percula snowflake. Is there anyone doing it?

Yes, Snowflakes are ocellaris. I don't know what color you would get crossing a Snowflake (ocellaris) and a percula, but it would be a hybrid 50% ocellaris and 50% percula, not a percula snowflake.  
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Are hybrids in fish sterile like most other animals?
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Originally posted by pgravis pgravis wrote:

With percula, it seems everything is Picasso   But there are quite a few snowcasso's (snowflake x picasso, which results in a hybrid) to be seen on google
 
Snowcasso clowns are actually not a hybrid. "Snowcasso" is just the name given by Doni's Reef to their premium picasso clowns.
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Originally posted by pgravis pgravis wrote:

With percula, it seems everything is Picasso   But there are quite a few Snowcasso's (Snowflake x Picasso, which results in a hybrid) to be seen on google
Yes, Picasso's are percula. No a Snowcasso is NOT a cross between Snowflake X Picasso. They are NOT a hybrid. Snowcasso is a trademark name belonging to Doni's reef (only to be used with Doni's permission). Snowcasso is a cross between a Picasso X Picasso so they are Perculas (both parents originally came from ORA).
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Are hybrids in fish sterile like most other animals?
No, they are not.
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Originally posted by Jacknugget Jacknugget wrote:

Originally posted by pgravis pgravis wrote:

With percula, it seems everything is Picasso   But there are quite a few snowcasso's (snowflake x picasso, which results in a hybrid) to be seen on google
 
Snowcasso clowns are actually not a hybrid. "Snowcasso" is just the name given by Doni's Reef to their premium picasso clowns.
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That makes a lot of sense given the look of them! Thanks for setting me straight.
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Originally posted by sabeypets sabeypets wrote:

Originally posted by sh2007 sh2007 wrote:

Corrected me if I am wrong. Most snowflake out there are ocellaris, so I am wonder how come they don't make snowflake from percula. Any chance to cross breed snowflake to percula to get offspring percula snowflake. Is there anyone doing it?

Yes, Snowflakes are ocellaris. I don't know what color you would get crossing a Snowflake (ocellaris) and a percula, but it would be a hybrid 50% ocellaris and 50% percula, not a percula snowflake.  
interesting, I will find out soon, if the statement above are correct.
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