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Old 07-10-2012, 03:08 PM   #1
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Will clown fish host this? I've heard it's rare
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Generally, no, they dont:/
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Love the skull as decor.
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Just got him yesterday. Did a little research before purchase but still a ton of questions. Anchored in liverock tight. Seems happy.
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Thanks for comment on the skull. Love it. I want to get some kind of treasure chest and put some dollar coins pouring out but need to find something to coat them with. Pretty sure the metal there made of is a no no.
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my maroon clown hosted my condy and it was awesome. He'd hang out inside and poke his head out. He eventually jumped out of teh tank and I found him on the floor...

So anyway, a Maroon Clown may host it. They get HUGE by the way. When I took my Condy out (got too big) he was the size of a dinner plate. They move a lot too so make sure your powerheads can't suck him in if you have any in the tank...
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Will clown fish host this? I've heard it's rare
I've had my Haitian pink tip condy for a month and both my Ocellaris clowns haven't hosted it. At night they get curios but they refuse to go too close.
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If you have fish that use that skull to hide be sure to remove it and clean regularly. I had Had one in an old fw tank of mine and the fish used to fill it with poop lol. Off topic but just FYI
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How big do they get? Don't have a lot of coral to bother but good to know.
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How big do they get? Don't have a lot of coral to bother but good to know.
Hasn't really grown yet but if moves every day...same here I don't have corals yet but am planning on buying some
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