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show me your clownfish hosting oddities!!


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    FlynnFish - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default show me your clownfish hosting oddities!!

    just wanted to show off my weird clownfish host pictures and i wanna see some of yours.

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    heres mine! hosting between a duncan and mini GBTA lol
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    I got a pretty cool rarity. Not a clown, but hosting non the less!

    Domino damsel and condy nem-


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    Had to really dig for that one- was a loooooong time ago!

    I will post another of my clown and its unusual host soon as I catch it on video!

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    FlynnFish - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    sir patrick,
    damsels and clowns are in the same family and not many realize they have the same ability as clownfish to host anemones, just it's usually rare in the aquarium.

    picture i found on the net.

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    My clown also had a rock for a friend before moving to the anemone. It had a nice sized bowl in it and that is where the clown picked and cleaned.


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    My clowns host in a Xenia

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    Here is the corner of my tank hosting my two clowns, I don't understand why, there is a perfectly good nem right below them.
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