The Pink Skunk Clownfish is one of the members of the Skunk Complex. The Pink Skunk has narrow bars on the sides of its head resembling sideburns. They are pinkish-yellow or apricot-coloured fish that reaches a maximum size of 3 – 4 inches. They are peaceful clownfish that can be easily kept in a community or reef tanks.
The Pink Skunk Clownfish ranges from Fiji and the Indo-Pacific to the Coral Sea.
Breeding Pink Skunks is particularly challenging since mated pairs can take up to 5 years before spawning for the first time. The nests can have anywhere from 800-1500 eggs. post-metamorphic juveniles will exhibit strong schooling or “balling” behaviours that will continue into adulthood.
| 1mm PE Pellets
| Minimum Tank Size
|| 30 Gallons
| Fully Grown Size
|| 4 Inches