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Old 12-12-2012, 03:13 PM   #1
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Tank bred clowns

Will a pair of common tank bred clowns ever be temped to let a torch coral host them?
I'm getting fed up of showing them what to do with the aid aid of you tube clips,
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Old 12-12-2012, 03:30 PM   #2
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Mine have never hosted in a torch. They do like to host in groves of waving hand coral, they especially like the light colored variety. My male sometimes hangs out in a patch of hairy mushrooms, but you can see it isn't really working for him. Waving hand (anthillia) can be invasive but it is so much easier to deal with than anemones.
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Mine are hosting my hair algae!!! Lol. Taking care of that problem slowly. What's frustrating is my bubble tip is inches away!
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Clown fish can host anything. I have saw them hosting all corals except SPS.
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Mine are pickier. They have over 50 varieties of corals in my reef and they ignore them all but the anthillia. They won't go near the torch coral.
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Mine are hosting my hair algae!!! Lol. Taking care of that problem slowly. What's frustrating is my bubble tip is inches away!
That's pretty funny. Well at least it's a good use of green hair algae!
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Old 12-12-2012, 04:26 PM   #7
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My two juveniles have shown no signs of interest in anything!
I've just re arranged them all in vain hope that they will show an interest
Stoopid clowns
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