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Old 08-11-2006, 06:53 PM   #1
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anemone in my 6 gallon

i was wondering wat u guys think abot putting an anemone in my 6 gallon
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I think that might be a little too small. Also, if you had any problems in your water it would foul that tank and possibly wipe out everything. You might be able to get a Curly-Cue Anemone, but I am not sure how big they get. A lot of them like to have at least 30G. Hopefully some one can come along and correct me if I am wrong.
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Curly-Cues get HUGE if you give them space, so I wouldn't recommend that. Also, if you have other livestock in the 6 gallon already, you might want to find something else besides an anemone. If anenomes die they can easily cause a tank to crash, especially if its a little one like yours. Just my opinion.
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Sorry, I think a 6 gal is a bit too small for any anemone. However, there are many coral frag options that look similar. Check out a small torch coral or hammer coral. I have both in my 12gal nano and they look great.
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