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Old 02-18-2006, 04:29 AM   #11
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I had a similar experience with a condylactis anemone. I actually added 2 of them to my tank at the same time on the hopes that my clowns would maybe host them. They were both really small and I only payed about $3 each for them at Petco. One of the condys picked out a spot he liked in the tank and never travelled. I've had him now for about 6 months and he's grown so much that he looks huge when he's all inflated. The other one never could seem to find a spot he was comfortable with and eventually met up with the intake of my canister filter. Not sure why one was a traveller and the other not. Didn't have any luck with the clowns hosting the remaining one, but now I really like him. He's turned brown and glows a nice green under the actinics. Would really suck to lose him. Sorry for your loss
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Ya sorry about the loss....
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