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Old 07-23-2009, 05:11 PM   #11
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Thank you, thank you very much. (you have to say it in an Elvis voice)
OK, I'll get back to you later, I have to go practice. I got it late but i got it, Good one.LOL
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This is a night time picture of my maroon clown sleeping. I wish I could go to sleep on a soft bubble coral. LOL
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Old 07-23-2009, 06:08 PM   #13
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That's an awesome shot, does he look comfortable or what. Mike in your opinion how long should I wait to get an anemone for them?
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he looks comfortable!
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You want a mature tank, maybe 3 months or more, this will give your system time to settle down. Remember, there is no guarantee they will host one....
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You want a mature tank, maybe 3 months or more, this will give your system time to settle down. Remember, there is no guarantee they will host one....
Thanks Scott, whether or not they do it would be a cool addition either way.
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I always try to suggest about at least 6 months. That way your tank will be more stable and the anenome will go through less stress. As Scott mentioned there is no guarantee. I bought one way back and both my clowns ignored it for other corals. Good luck with the tank.
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Yeah, 6 months is definitely a better option!
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Good to know Thanx guys, 5 more to go.
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