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Have a pair of picasso clowns one is hosting my rock and a mushroom would really like an aneome but only have a 29g tank. Want one that doesnt get real big. Any suggestions....?
Saltwater Aquarium Invertebrates for Marine Reef Aquariums: Condy Anemone
But, these aren't big fish hosting Anemones.
No just have appr 1 inch picasso pair. But the article also says they rarely will host? There is s burgundy patch i am trying to get rid of by light control. And the clownfish is alway swimming by it and rubbing on it.
Thats what I meant by not a big fish hosting Anemone. =) Its the only one that will not get very big that I know of. And with that said, some Clowns will host Frogspawn and Torch Corals, so, its worth a shot I think.
Oh i though you meant big as in large. Gotcha now thanks
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