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Old 08-09-2011, 01:48 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Mjpendrey
Why is everyone so interested in hosting? I hope my future clowns won't host I'd rather them be swimming all over the tank than sticking to one area, my friends clowns don't host an they swim in an put of all the rock so much more fun than watching them rub against a nem
I agree with you.I had clowns with anemone in my previous tank and all they did was hang out in the anemone,and I constantly worried about the anemone dying.In my present 75 gallon reef I have two ORA misbar black clowns that swim all over the tank separately and mainly just pair up at night.
My wife wouldn't let me get another anemone even if I wanted to.
I think every one of us has to do the anemone thing at least once I guess.

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