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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    Would I be able to keep any type of anemone in my 8g bio cube? 10k compact florescent.
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    i wouldnt recommend it for the pure fact that the anemone will grown and sting corals and other fish

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    yes and no a small flower nem would probably do well and not move to much

    but at the same time you could even keep a small bta nem in there just be ready to move corals out of the way at a moments notice

    it is not garenteed that a nem will wander or not either way most nems will out grow your tank verry verry quickly



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    I keep rock nems in my 8G BC but I wouldn't try BTA's etc
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    you could do some mini carpet nems in you tank..the max the get is about the size of a silver dollar..i have several.if you want to see a pic i will try to take one for you..

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    Rick - I'd be interested in some pics - I love me some small nems (rock/flower etc)
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    let me go see what i can do

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    ok Argent here you go..they are not the best pics but you get the idea..

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    these are fairly young ones..as they mature they get purple in them also with green stripes.

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    Good question Miz. I am kinda in the same boat, What do you guys think about a small anem. in a a 12g? If I can put one in there what would you recommend. I prefer to not spend $70+ on a small RBTA. I have looked at some of the flat style ones, but also looking for one a small black clown can host in.

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    my clowns try to host my mini carpets..but they are too small

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