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Old 07-27-2006, 05:39 PM   #11
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This is a great relationship to watch and always exciting when it happens in your tank...congrats!

Remember...the anemone is the host, not the clown
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Cheers lando...

I will post pics as soon as i get a new camera... **** thing broke last night

I will try with the phone.
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Old 07-30-2006, 06:47 PM   #13
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Can a bulb anenome be added 2 weeks after the O. clowns and still have a chance of osting the little critters??
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Anyone have any luck with more than a single pair of clowns? I have a couple false's, and I'd like a couple more, but not sure which, if any, will get along. The two I have now are the least agressive fish I've got (they're like so unagressive, its like negative aggressiveness.)
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as promised some pics enjoy



Yes he is eating some blackworms... little pig.
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Im SOOOOOOO JEALOUS!!! Great pictures 2revup! Can I borrow your clown for awhile so he can tell my clowns that they should host anems instead of pumps XD
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lol I have heard so many people complaing about fish with pumps. Most of these are Tank rasied, do you know if yours were wild or tank?
I have to say i was very surprised with the pics myself as I took then witha camera phone, and 2 be quite honest they look really bad on the phone..
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I have to say i was very surprised with the pics myself as I took then witha camera phone, and 2 be quite honest they look really bad on the phone..
Wow ur phone is awesome then. I didn't even notice it was taken w/ a phone

My true perc female is a tank raised. Im not sure about my ocellis male. He does seems to be smarter and more shy than his wife... so i think he's a wild caught. How big is your clown? Maybe mine are just too small and not ready to host yet... at least i hope that's the reason XD
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