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Old 06-27-2005, 05:38 PM   #1
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Just wanted to share a pic of my green chromis taking up refuge in a fuzzy mushroom coral. Anyone else have pics of damsels of than clowns taking up residence in corals or anemones?
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Old 06-27-2005, 06:18 PM   #2
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Great pic! Mine used to hide in my toadstools. I love chromis but whenever I put them in my tank they all end up dead in less then three days. I suspect my royal grammas...
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Yeah, I can't seem to keep a school of them either. I have two of them now but seems when I add more, they disappear.
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Same problem. For damsels, they sure are difficult
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I have a chromis that lays in my colt coral. No picture though
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Old 06-27-2005, 09:18 PM   #6
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They are actually well known to "hover" within the tentacles of certain anemones as well, usually LTA's. Very cool to see if a good sized school.

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My domino damsel is very fond of the red bubble tip anemone! He is always hovering above it! I even caught him a few time swimming in it! reminds me of clownfish!
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My chromis loved my toadstool leather...

until my blue tang ate all 10

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awww what a cute picture! I wish my chromis did something cool like that.
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Awesome pic!

I bought a small school of green chromis (6). They stayed together nicely in my tank, then slowly they started dying off, one by one. I would find their dead bodies attached to the intakes of powerheads. Turns out, I watched it happen one day, the smaller ones could not swim away from the intake of one of my powerheads and would get stuck to the filter, eventually dying.

That powerhead has been replaced, but there are only 2 chromis left. I plan on getting more when my 120 is setup.
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