01-16-2007, 11:55 AM
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Okay, that sounds like a good schedule. I've been feeding pencil-eraser sized pieces of fish, shrimp, and clam once a week. Usually three to four chunks each time. I'm going to change it to twice a week now.
It was interesting to watch the clown fish feed the anemone when a chunk of food got loose. It picked up the food, and carried it to the anemone, and 'snuggled' down into the tenticles, near the mouth, and released the food. It only did that after it ate it's fill of course.
The clown seems to be constantly at odds with the different Damsels I have in the tank. They seem to be keen on getting close to the anemone, and the Clown drives them off. I've read that sometimes Damsels can 'bond' with an anemone. Do you think it's possible the Damsels are trying to take over the anemone from the Clown? Is it possible to have two of the same type of anemone in the aquarium?