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Old 06-28-2004, 02:59 PM   #1
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Alright here's the deal......

I currently have 2 Saddleback Clowns in a 75g reef tank, with 260 watts of PC lighting. Can anyone suggest an anemone that could survive in this system, as well as be a host for my clowns?


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With anenomes survivabilty is almost impossible to perdict. IMO you dont have enough light. I have a 75 with 440W of VHO light over it and I would classify that as the minimum level for an anenome. I have a tank propogated bubble tip and its fairing well but not growing at any kind of fantastic rate.

Remember in the aquarium enviorment clowns dont need an anenome. In the wild this relationship only exists because clowns cant survive without the anenomes protection.
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