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The Mocha Clownfish, also known as the Mocha Clown, is a saltwater fish that is native to the Western Pacific Ocean. This fish is a unique variation of the popular Clownfish species and has a distinctive mocha-colored body with black markings.


To keep a Mocha Clownfish in your aquarium, you'll need to provide a tank size of at least 30 gallons with plenty of live rock for hiding and grazing. This fish is generally peaceful and can be kept with other non-aggressive species, but should not be housed with larger, aggressive fish.


Feeding a Mocha Clownfish is easy, as it is an omnivore that will eat a variety of small foods. You can feed it a mix of frozen or live brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and other small marine invertebrates.


In terms of care, the Mocha Clownfish is a hardy fish that is relatively easy to care for. However, it is important to maintain stable water conditions and keep an eye on the water quality in the tank. This fish prefers a temperature range of 75-80°F and a pH range of 8.1-8.4.


Mocha Clownfish are generally peaceful and make great additions to a reef aquarium. They are known for forming strong bonds with their mates and can often be found swimming together in pairs. However, it is important to avoid keeping two different species of Clownfish together in the same tank, as they may become aggressive towards each other.

Mocha Clown

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