Ok, so a few months ago, my male clownfish died, dunno why or how. So I have just the one female (or, she [I]was[/I] a female when there were 2), and is doing well (except for the fact that she's pretty much living off the side of my one overflow except when she's eating). I want to get another friend.\n\nSo how do you tell false from true, and if she's a false, and I get a true, will they just not learn to get along (like mixing a maroon with a tomato or something)? Is it just the thickness of the black outline on the stripes?\n\nI think she's a true percula because her black outlines on her white stripes are a (to put it in geek terms) around 2-3 pixels LOL. She has, I believe, 10 dorsal spines.\n\nAND, should I get the new fish bigger or smaller? I'm guessing bigger, since my clown now is aggressive to begin with, and wouldn't want her to tear apart a smaller clown.\n\nThoughts?