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Old 04-23-2005, 12:59 PM   #1
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Clown in Anemone (pic)

Hi All,

Well after a week of no interest, one of my clowns decided my BTA was a good place to move home to! I am really happy and thought I would share a pic or two.

Comments welcome!

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Old 04-23-2005, 01:32 PM   #3
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He definately looks like he''s enjoying himself.....and the BTA is big enough for him to grow into.....
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BTA is huge!

Hopefully the other clown will join him soon!
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nice very nice
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Old 04-23-2005, 10:38 PM   #6
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Sweet! That is so exciting when that happens. I had my clownfish with an anemone for like three months before he decided to move in.
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Local store just got some anemones in yesterday. They added it to a tank that had a black perc in it. They said it took him an hour...only one hour to take it as a host. Pretty cool. One day I may try an anemone. It will be a long while tho.
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touch the anemone lemme know how painful the sting is

LOL

very beautiful how much did it set you out for?
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I have moved all my anemones from transport bag to tank with my hands, and have not ever really had any problems from the stings. I think it varys how the effect different people.

Great pic of symbiosis.....Congrats
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