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What is one of the colors on a clownfish? (hint there is a clownfish on the CR logo in the top left corner of the page.)

figured id share my first fish and anemone


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    Default figured id share my first fish and anemone

    After what seemed like years (was really only a couple of months) i finally have life in my tank.

    2011 07 27 11 23 36 999 - figured id share my first fish and anemone

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    Is there anything i should do to encourage the anemone to host the clowns or just let them do their thing?

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    I would just let them do their thing.

    Nice looking combo ya got there!

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    Very nice looking pair.
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    my clowns refuse to host my BTA

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    That nem doesn't look so hot, what lighting is it under?

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    DIY Led i have 15 cree 3w royal blue and 15 3w cool white leds ran by 6 1000mw buck pucks. The algae and everything else shot right up assumed that was a good sign.

    Thanks Demon Larry and laura and sir patrick. Mr. Maxi you think i might be falling short in the light department?

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    Nems look like that before their demise, so keep a close eye on it.

    Not sure if it's the lighting, maybe the nutrients.

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    the first picture was from the day i took it home the second is today (like 3 days later) could it be the stress of the move? Any tips on how to help it. feeding techniques? I might be able to barrow a commercial light see if that helps?

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    your nem looks fine, its a small one right? the small ones dont always have a ton of "tentacles" at that size

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    I know nothing about nems but congrats on the new additions to your tank. Feels good doesn't it?
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