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The Wyoming White Clownfish is a popular saltwater fish for aquariums due to its striking appearance and ease of care. These fish have a white body with three thick black stripes and an orange face, making them stand out in any tank. They are a type of saltwater fish and require a specific salinity level in their tank.


Care for Wyoming White Clownfish involves providing them with a tank that is at least 20 gallons in size, with plenty of hiding places and live rock for them to explore. They are generally easy to feed and will accept a variety of foods, including flakes, pellets, and frozen or live food. As with all saltwater fish, regular water changes are important to maintain water quality.


These fish are generally peaceful and can be kept with other peaceful fish of similar size, but can become aggressive towards smaller fish or other clownfish. It's recommended to keep them in pairs or groups to prevent aggression. Overall, the Wyoming White Clownfish is a great choice for beginner and experienced saltwater fish keepers alike.

Wyoming White Clownfish

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