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Old 07-28-2004, 06:26 PM   #1
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I think I'm gonna try a Condylactis anemone

I've been reading up on anemones lately but don't think I'm quite ready to spend $40-50 on a sebae or rose anemone. I know the condy's don't host clownfish but we get some really nice looking ones at work for only $6. How powerful is their sting to a coral, I guess what I really asking is how much time will I have to move a coral if this anemone decides to sit down next to it and sting it?

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well from what i have read if they just get near it the coral will already be stong. but some corasl are better at takeing it then others. i know my lta had been right next to zoo (he was ontop of them for a few hours) and right on some mushrooms for a day and they are still doing well. he has also past buy some leathers a few times but nothing has really shown and damage by him. but the lfs said that the xenia would take a big hit if he got too close the them. he also said that when his rba got with in like 3 inches of his acroproa frags they had already been killed. so it is really up to the coral. some are better at takeing the sting then others.

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Old 07-28-2004, 09:03 PM   #3
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True Clarkii clowns IME host condys with no problem. Not so sure the condy appreciates all the attention though.
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