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Old 10-01-2003, 08:30 AM   #1
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bubble tip anemone with a true pecula clown in a 30g tank?

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i'm new here, and to aquariums etc..
i was wondering if i would be able to keep an Amphiprion Percula with a buble tip anemone in a 30g tank, just one fish and one anemone. i've wanted one ever since i was little and used to watch my uncle's all the time, but yes. i was just wondering if that was a good combo or if i should buy a bigger tank (i haven't bought tank fish or anemone yet, i'm making sure i do this exactly right as it's my first try)
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oh, and on a side note, i was also wondering if an A.Percula would take to a bubble tip, some sites say they will and others say they won't, any advice?
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sarin,

Welcome to AquariumAdvice.com I would definitly wait a while on the anenome and you will have to wait a month to add the percula. A 30 gallon will work for just those 2 without any problems i can see except you will need very good lighting for the anenome, and a VERY stable tank. Most people recommend waiting a full year before introducing an anenome...It will benefit the anenome greatly to have a seasoned and established tank. What do you plan on putting in the tank as far as LR and LS?
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well, i don't know of any good brand names yet, but i am going to use live rock and live sand, definatly. as i said, i'm just planning it out right now, mainly the costs, etc, and reasearching, i'm not going to actually buy anything until i'm totally ready for it, probably in a month.
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