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Old 03-16-2004, 12:21 AM   #1
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I just purchased a beautiful rose BTA and i also have another BTA that has been in the tank about 6 months. I have a tomato clown that hosts the brown BTA and since he has hosted it it doesn't bubble anymore. That really doesn't bother me b/c i know the clown and the anemone are extremely healthy and happy. Now he is hosting both of the anemones. Now i really don't wnat him to host the rose for fear that it to will stop bubbleing. Is there anything i can do to prevent this or should i just remove the clown. I tried to catch him and it is impossible. Any help please

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Old 03-16-2004, 12:39 AM   #2
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Well, when the anemones get older they get long skinny tentacles (brownish color) so I wouldnt worry but dont take my advice that serious cuz I could be wrong. I just saw the fish stores anemone and they said that the BTAs get long skinny tentacles HTH
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Old 03-16-2004, 01:18 AM   #3
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Now i really don't wnat him to host the rose for fear that it to will stop bubbleing
Sometimes they loose their bubbles, sometimes they don't. There has been no correlation to a BTA losing it's bubble tips because of a clown
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Yeah that is what i have read. Well i guess i will just have to wait and see. I don't really want to take the clown out b/c he is happy.
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Shouldn't you be at work as opposed to posting about your lil'critters? Or did you call it a snaw day! LOL. I hope all works out ok for you. Now mine has moved nearly out of site. That is the only drawback to having spacious, open rockwork as he can get adequate lighting even out of site. I think I'll leave him alone for now and see whta he does from here.

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