My reef system and coral propagation system is all set up. Now Im bored so guess Ill throw my hat into the breeder ring too. I have my pair of clowns and they are looking good. Iv had one for about 6 months that has grown quite a bit and I assume turned female so I picked the smallest out of a large group at the LFS and brought him home. Looks like I got a good pair right away they get along great so male vs. male territory disputes at all. Im going to try to breed them completely within the loop of water my reef shares. Im not sure how yet it will be a lot of trial and error. First idea: Keep the young in the tank with parents and see who is lucky enough to survive. Second idea: Let them get sucked into the overflow and down to the first sump chamber which holds 15g of water. Im sure neither way is going to work right off and will need to be modified but Im excited to get my start. What are some early signs I will see of the clowns beginning to get interested in breeding?