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    Adding tile to where my clowns lay eggs

    I have a pair of black clowns (still trying to figure out what kind they are, I will post pics later) that have been laying eggs for about a year now. I hate the fact that I can't even try to raise them right now. So, Steve from CoralDynamics and I have been talking about him raising them. I need to put a piece of tile in there but am worried that it will disrupt their mating and not lay anymore. They just started laying again after a battle with ich from some fish I added and did not QT them. What are some thoughts from everyone that has a little bit more knowledge about this?

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    if the area is pretty easy to get to, i would go ahead and place the tile. it should not cause that much stress to them, just a new floor to them. even if they do stop spawning for a while ... they will eventually start up again.
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    Here is a picture of them. Can someone id these for me? male is on the left and female on the right. Notice the male does not have the small white mark right before his tail like the female.
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