Most any tank mates are acceptable, though excessively shy or passive fish may not do well as the tomato clownfish can be a bit more aggressive at feeding time. Reef safe with corals and invertebrates alike. Known to host in anemones or large LPS corals such as frogspawn, hammer, etc.
Here is a picture of a Tomato Clownfish (Amphiprion frenatus) hosting in a Rose Bubble-Tip Anemone (Entacmaea quadricolor). This picture was taken of my old nano tank that I had set up while I was in Florida for three years. Pics are under a 70W 14,000K MH and taken with a Canon 20D Digital SLR camera.
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