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Old 08-03-2004, 11:24 PM   #1
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multiple questions

ok first off I have a black and white percula that has been symbiotic with my LTA for awhile now and yesterday i put a long tentacle condy anemone in the tank and the percula left the LTA and wont go but about 5 inches away from the condy but it wont go inside it. And my tomato clown has been pecking at the LTA the percula left, all day today its werid like a little jerry springer love thing going on LOL. But just looking if this is common or if ne one has input on it. And also i have been feeding my anemones some brine shrimp and silver sides about 3 times a week is that about right? And also i have some microplankton additive by kent for some of my other corals and my anemones to filter feed how often should i put that in the tank?And one more i want to start a 10 GAL micro reef..is a powerhead necessary?
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Old 08-03-2004, 11:28 PM   #2
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well since i have wrote that like 3 minutes ago my tomato has jumped in the LTA and is wiggling around all in it so i guess that answer the pecking at it. SO hopefully the percula will go into the condy even tho i didnt think ne thing goes with a condy
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You'll want some kind of source of flow in the 10 gallon. If there is not a power filter or skimmer or you need a powerhead, look into the Aquarium systems mini-jets and micro-jets. They small and cheap, perfect for a 10 gallon.
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Old 08-04-2004, 12:36 PM   #4
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Condys are not known to host in the wild. Chances are slim that your clown will pair with it. It has been known to happen though, just give it time.
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