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Old 02-03-2005, 07:53 PM   #1
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condy's

why are condy's so cheap? cause clowns won't host them? or is their sting that bad? i think they're adorable!
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I suspect it is where they are collected. The indo-pacific anemones are always seem more expensive.

I'm a big fan of the condy as well.
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Condys are great. They are an Atlantic anenome and more easily collected.
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are they any more dangerous to corals and sponges then regular anemones?
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well, i bought one last night. i probably should have waited, especially since i just tested for phosphates and they're high, but i'm impulsive and i did. he seems very happy! and he settled in the exact spot i wanted him too!
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My Condy has been doing great, and has been in the same spot since I purchased him. I have had him for around 6 months now. Don't be nervous if they shrivel up now and then. Sometimes mine does that. THey love bright light too.

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