12-04-2006, 02:59 PM
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Well honestly it all depends on the fish. There are many people out there who have the right anemone and the right clownfish, and the clownfish would not want anything to do with thier anemone. There are not many anemones that stay small in size. Condys could work in your tank but they move ALOT, and because they are from the carribean they may eat your fish. I have heard of this happening. I have sceen oscellaris hoasting in mushrooms more than any other corals, i have even scene a maroon clown living in a giant maxima clam. But there is no real guarantee, they dont really need an anemone to survive. I cant really give a sure fire anemone for you because they will all eventually grow large.