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Lightning can stike twice


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    Talking Lightning can stike twice

    I did get lucky once but,WOW a second time...

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    Are you pointing out multiple hosting anemones?
    120G Reef and 40B reef at work, 120G tank dry and dirty in the garage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perpetual98 View Post
    Are you pointing out multiple hosting anemones?

    Yes, yes I am... Probably should have said that...

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    lReef lKeeper - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    i think it is two different clowns FINALLY hosting.

    congrats !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby View Post
    i think it is two different clowns FINALLY hosting.

    congrats !!
    My Occilaris has been hosting the Gbta for about a year and the Clarkii just went in the Rose today.

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    LUCKY!!!

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    I have two Tomato Clowns that hosted their LTA within minutes of me putting it in the tank. In my other 120G tank, I've had a GBTA in there for close to a year I think and the clown in there has never been seen in the anemone. The closest I've seen it is about an inch away, and that's when it's trying to steal food from it.
    120G Reef and 40B reef at work, 120G tank dry and dirty in the garage.

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    RHAPALA - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    ARE anemones HARD TO KEEP? WHAT KINDA LIGHTING DO YOU NEED? MY DAUGHTER BADLY WANTS CLOWNS AND AS DO I ..... I THINK THAY ARE CUTE :p

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    Their not tough at all as long as your water parameters are semi stable.

    My clowns were quite interesting. I had a maroon and a tank raised Occilaris, after only a few days the maroon taught the Occilaris to go into the anenome ( i guess he followed by example) and now both never leave their little homes.
    55 Gallon. One year old, and looking SUPER.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RHAPALA View Post
    ARE anemones HARD TO KEEP? WHAT KINDA LIGHTING DO YOU NEED? MY DAUGHTER BADLY WANTS CLOWNS AND AS DO I ..... I THINK THAY ARE CUTE :p
    In my opinion they are not hard if you have good lighting and feed them once in a while. My green bta has been in the tank for a year and the Rose is very new 2 days... I do have lots of light on the tank 432watts T-5 on a 75gal.
    Im not to sure of the rule of thumb is but maybe minimum 3 or 4 watts per gallon to be safe with the added feedings.... I have gone 2 to 3 months without feeding and the bta grew and thrived...

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