The Clarkii Clownfish is a remarkable addition to any reef tank, and since it is easy to handle it makes a good choice for a beginner aquarist. The Clarkii Clownfish is semi-aggressive; therefore it is very easy to keep and won?t harm any other inhabitants, which makes it a reef safe species also. It lives either singly or in pairs in a given suitable size tank. In the home aquarium, the Clarkii Clownfish requires an aquarium of at least 20 gallons with a fair amount of live rock. In accordance of living in an environment, this fish has a distinctive feature that it cannot tolerate high levels of ammonia or nitrites and nitrates. Though it is not as hardy as the Ocellaris Clownfish, once it is acclimated into the system, it becomes a good candidate for reef aquarium. Since the Clarkii Clownfish is an omnivore, it requires a varied diet consisting of both meaty foods and herbivore preparations. This fish is generally known for its hosting characteristic in an anemone such as Heteractis magnifica or Stichodactyla mertensii. The Clarkii Clownfish, like several other clownfish, can be bred in the home aquarium, and is one of the most common "starter" fish for saltwater breeders. They are long-lived clownfish and make a great addition to any aquariums. There are no such distinctive characteristic differences among male and female, since all of them are sexually immature when hatched. Generally, eggs are laid by a pair along the base of the host anemone, who tends to protect their eggs. The Clarkii Clownfish would definitely draw attention to your home tank not only its color combination but also for its resemblance with the famous cartoon character ??nemo?? from the award winning film ??Findng nemo??.