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Can mandarin fish live with clownfish?

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Active Member. Clownfish and mandarin should be compatible. The challenge is a mandarins diet which is live copepods. A mandarin will slowly starve without a continuous supply of copepods or very established reef rock full of small zooplankton it can prey on.

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