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  1. #1
    CR Member
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    Dec 2007

    Default anemone question

    I have two ocelaris clownfish and i would wanto get an anemonie so they can host with it. i know that bubble tips are the easiest however does anyone have a ocelaris hosting with one because on other sources say they dont host with them. My clownfish stare at the long tentacle anemonie but never dive into it. does anyone have a Ocelaris hosting with a bubble tip?

  2. #2
    Whoyah - Reefkeeper CR Member
    Join Date
    Sep 2004
    Grants Pass, OR


    I do, I do. I have a happy pair of ocellaris hosting in my RBTA. They jumped right into it when I introduced them to the tank. It makes me happy to see them.

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    iVgOnMaD - Reefkeeper CR Member
    Join Date
    Oct 2006
    San Diego, CA


    I do too

    IMG 0077 - anemone question

    Had these 2 clowns since they were tiny
    60g Tank: 10g Fuge/Sump, Current Nova Extreme 4x54w T5HO + 4 LED, Wave2k, 2x Seio M620, Euro-Reef RS5-2 Skimmer, 130 lbs Live Rock, 3" Live Sand, LPS Corals, Zoa's, Saddle Anemone, Pulsating Xenia, GSP, Neon GSP, Purple Shrooms, Crocea Clam, Pair of Ocellaris Clowns, Yellow Tail Damsel, Coral Beauty Angel, Black Sailfin Blenny, Eel (Gymnothorax tile), Coral Banded Shrimp, Cleaner Shrimp, Sally Light Foot Crab.

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    I had my anemone for 1 week and 1/2 b4 my little "tankraised" clown hosted and then the next day my larger true pecula clown hosted. I thought I was doing something wrong, but just one day he went right in there.

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