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Old 08-04-2009, 03:17 PM   #11
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Old 08-04-2009, 03:19 PM   #12
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Condy Anemone is also known as the Haitian Anemone or Giant Golden Anemone. Condylactis gigantea.
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BTA= bubble tip anemone, Duncan= Duncanopsammia coral or whiskers coral or just Duncan coral
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goisles1, what is a BTA and a Duncan, I have a list of some terms used here and that is not on there.
BTA = Bubble Tip Anemone
Duncan = Type of Coral. Here is a Pic:
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Old 08-04-2009, 03:39 PM   #16
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BTA very nice, so basically there is no 100% that they will host anthing in particular, Great I am so glad I found this place you would not believe some of what I had been told by several non type chain stores but single owner stores, but you all probably allready know what they said.

You must have a anemone for those fish here is one for $50 as if they would die if I didn't, but I didn't know.

So I feel much better now knowing they will be fine.

Lighting: I was told T5 and I really don't know about what T5 is I saw one for $50
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Old 08-04-2009, 03:42 PM   #17
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Lighting: I was told T5 and I really don't know about what T5 is I saw one for $50
I have t5 lighting that is not super high end... But.. add another $250 to the one you saw for $50
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Old 08-04-2009, 03:51 PM   #18
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... my pair of true percula's they go to the top around my PH, I am thinking they need a home?
As others have already said, clowns don't *need* an anemone. Regarding a "home" though... sounds like they already found one! Often times clowns will adopt powerheads as their surrogate anemones.
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wow, well when the time comes and if it comes, I know I need to read more and more about all the different creatures involved in SW I just learned about brissell worm, a guy I see occasionally, said if you have live rock you will have this worm and started telling some bad stories yesterday, so when I got home I came in here looking for articles on this worm and found some like him some don't the worm can be bad or good, I was getting all nervous again ready to get a trap and whatever else I needed until I read what othere here had to say.

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wow, well when the time comes and if it comes, I know I need to read more and more about all the different creatures involved in SW I just learned about brissell worm, a guy I see occasionally, said if you have live rock you will have this worm and started telling some bad stories yesterday, so when I got home I came in here looking for articles on this worm and found some like him some don't the worm can be bad or good, I was getting all nervous again ready to get a trap and whatever else I needed until I read what othere here had to say.

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It's only just begun man... LOL...Just wait... Things will start popping up all over the place as the tank matures. I've got bugs everywhere, tiny worms on my glass at night, a Vermitis (sp) snail building his tube under my Duncan, a weird snail shooting eggs (or sperm) up into my water column all the time, sponges growing..etc...etc
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