When I bought out another tank and got a pair of mated clowns with it earlier this year, I didn't know what to expect. I briefly tried to sell these before the family got too attached, which took only about two days before they were off the market. These are in my frag tank since I already have a pair in my display and I didn't think much about them until I removed their hideout to clean it and I noticed that they were laying eggs. Their home is a piece of PVC pipe they are hosting due to the green hair algae that is growing all over it. The first batch of eggs I left alone and waited until they disappeared, problem solved. Two days later there was another batch. OK, so I paid a little more attention and started researching some. My son and I watched that batch hatch out last week and that was pretty amazing, baby clown fry everywhere, but I still let them disappear. I didn't have any of the right food or equipment, but it made me feel guilty. So I ordered some stuff this week and here we are. Now these aren't designer clowns just regular Ocellaris clowns, and the goal is seeing if we can get a good number of them (or any to start) to adulthood. Tonight could be hatch night, but I am hoping for tomorrow. Thanks to @bobz for patiently answering my I have no idea what I am doing questions and Kevin at Heisenberg for the nanno. Also, thanks to my wife for allowing me to turn a bedroom into a clown nursery and rotifer farm, it's a good thing she thinks clownfish are cute.