01-30-2007, 06:48 AM
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ok, well there are all types of things here. 1.No other anemone will fit in a tank like that. And no, clowns dont usually host in atlantic anemones but can if they want to. I have even heard stories of atlantic anemones eating peoples clowns and damsels. 2. oscellaris clowns like long tentacle and bubble tip anemones (2 get pretty big). 3. tank raised one will more than likely not host in an anemone, they were never introduced to it when they needed it so they wont even know what its for when you put it in the tank.
Why dont you try things like mushrooms....i have heard of many clown hosting in corals like mushrooms. Plus they dont reguire strong lighting.