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Old 06-09-2013, 07:15 PM   #1
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Purple Tipped Atlantic sea anemonr hosting a Tomato Clown, any one else?

My reef tank has been setup for over one and half years and I've never seen this before. I had a small Rosé Tipped sea anemone that I moved away from the Purple Tipped Atlantic sea anemone and as soon as I did this my Tomato Clown moved in! Up to that point they had no interaction, now he's being hosted by it. I only moved the small Rosé Tipped anemone because a few months ago I split it in two and the Purple Tip was stinging the small Rosé. Here's some pics...

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