Hmmm, more accurately, that should read 'Stop Breeding, Clown Fish!!'. Seriously though, I have a pair of oscellaris clown fish that lay eggs every three to four weeks like clockwork. They tend to the eggs, the eggs develop, hatch, the babies swim around for a day or two then disappear. I know the babies are being eaten by the tank inhabitants, unfortunately, but we're not in a position to deal with the raising of the babies. Anyway, will these silly fish spawn themselves to death? We can't separate them practically, no where to put them, don't want to get rid of them, just not sure if we should be doing something to discourage the constant breeding. Thoughts?