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Old 10-07-2013, 07:57 PM   #1
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Ritteri anemone

I have a few questions about my anemone .
As for the sting , it is meant to assist in disabling and consuming live prey ?
Is there a max size compared to the anemone that it won't kill ?
Luckily I caught it as it was happening but my anemone caught my Foxface as it was swimming by , wrapped around it and was pulling it in tight .
It looks too big to eat , what would it have done with it once it was dead ?
Do the clown fish play a huge part in its aggression ?
I have had it stick to my arm when I was In the tank and noticed it did happen to leave red marks , but didn't feel any stinging feeling .
Are some anemones worse then others ?
Is the sting stronger with a fish ?
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