Well I have been having some struggles with clownfish larvae dying the first night after hatch. This time I tried mixing using a 50/50 mix of water from my brood stock system and freshly made saltwater. It seemed to make a big difference as I had about 75-100 clownfish larvae alive after the first night. Over the next 10 days I lost some but I still have around 50 or so left that went through metamorphosis. At this point they are looking pretty good and eating a ton of food. I am using TDO size "a" dry food and newly hatched baby brine shrimp. They are getting fed 5 times daily and they still look like they can eat more. Here are some pictures of them.
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The first head stripe of the onyx percula clownfish is just starting to appear
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