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Old 04-27-2010, 11:25 PM   #11
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Anything really, Most clowns will host a anemone, But they might not. It all comes down to what the clown wants to call home. Both pairs of clowns ive had have hosted anemone, Took a while. But they did.
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Okay... can a small school host an anemone together? Like 1 female 1 dominant male and like 2 or 3 small passive males.
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Your building a 320g right?
Depends, Maybe as babies yeah. But once they get a little bigger/older one will turn female and the rest will fight for her. With 320g to play with you might get away with other clowns moving to other parts of the tank but im not sure.
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I'm gonna try it
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Anemones are not reef safe, Well they are if you have good lighting and they find a spot to stay put. But if you have a wondering anemone he'll just sting most your corals. So just be careful on that.
For a anemone, I've had a few different types. BTA's are boring i think, Only had one that was OK.
Condys are pretty cool.
But I'd go for a Carpet, Easiest anemone I've had to look after and probably the best to watch eat. If you have the money, A Blue or Red Haddoni Carpet. (But in saying this, They are the most vicious anemone out there. So there is a chance you could loose a fish if they decide to have a close look.) And if you get clowns to host it, The way they sleep in the anemone is pretty funny.
Ok thanks I will keep that in mind. I will upgrade my lighting if the one i decide to get roams alot. (good excuse with the wife lol)
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