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Old 09-02-2012, 11:14 PM   #1
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Anemone and clowns

Do anemone's host more than one clown? I have several clowns between two tanks. I was wondering how many to buy.
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Do anemone's host more than one clown? I have several clowns between two tanks. I was wondering how many to buy.
If its a mated pair, they will share a decent sized anemone.
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In my 29 gallon it's a pretty young pair of false percula. Less than a year old. Don't think they have mated yet In my 75 gallon, I have a different clowns. Cinnamon and maroon clownfish. My cinnamon has been trying to host my hammer coral. Lol.
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