Pairs listed below are currently available. Pairs are bonded and WYSIWYG. If you don't see what you're looking for, we are happy to work with you to create the perfect pair to match your vision. Pairs may be reserved and purchased through Facebook messaging on the Clownfish Corral page, or use our contact us page here
Not just your normal Ocellaris! These black ice beauties will take on some of the premium characteristics such as thicker bees black lining and unique coloration patterning. Size range 1 1/4” - 2”
#BIOC 45. ea or 110. for bonded pair
This is an incredible pair of mis-bars that wil be predominantly black. Nearly naked on one side, traditional mis-bar on the other, they’re over a year old and coloring is amazing! Unique mis-bars are such a unique choice! Very different from the usual ocellaris. Female is approximately 2” Fully bonded pair.
A beautiful variety of ocellaris with a hint of white at the top and bottom. Mature adults will develop the same rich coloring the premium black ice clowns have.
Limited availability, large only right now, female is approximately 2”, pair is bonded and quarantined #NNNN18. 140.
Something to mix it up a bit... a unique nearly naked, over 2” which will develop black ice coloring, paired with a beautiful blue hue blacker ice snow.
A gorgeous pair of Blue Hue Black Ice Snowflakes. Beautiful blue hue and fine lining, over a year old. Fully bonded and quarantined, female is 2”.
#BHBI24 185. SOLD
An amazing pair! Female has deep rich black with beautiful blue hue and silver bullet holes. Male stormtrooper with beautiful black filagree. fully bonded. Female is approximately 2” #BBIFS34 195. SOLD
Ok... let’s be clear. There’s technically no such thing as a “stormtrooper clownfish”. These amazing clowns are a rare morph, deserving of a special name, exhibiting a fine to no line of black between the white helmet and body armor. Magnificent creatures built to stand out and dominate the reef... visually anyway!
I kind of have an infatuation with these unique creatures. Nobody knows for sure what causes them. They used to be "culled" out of the clutch as undesirable. I look at them as pieces of art. I get very few, and the way the black ice coloring effects their patterning is quite amazing. For the true "aquatic" collector.