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    Posted: May 08 2011 at 7:51pm
Wasnt sure where to put this but how hard is it to keep an Anemone in a Biocube with stock lighting. I would like to get a few little clowns and would like a good home for them. Thanks for lookin.

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i have it in my 29 biocube and it's just fine. lots of flow and it's just peachy.
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Sorry should have stated its only a 14g, would that be to small?
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I would be more worried about it roaming and out growing the tank. If the anemone is the only "coral" in the tank, I say go for it. If you have other stuff in there, expect death.
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 i had a rbta in a 12g jbj for over a year but it got to big  now its in my 90
day light scares me im going back under
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How about a mini maxi? they are small and nice lookin if you get cool colors
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I really dont have to much as far a corals go,  a few diff zoas and poly's and some shrooms and a hammer and a acan all pretty small.
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look into the max mini anemones. anemones tend to wonder of every now and then. and if you have lps, softies be ready to move them other wise they will get sting and get damage. i lost my finger leather because of this
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I have never heard of a maxi mini hosting a clownfish but they are sweet and can have some crazy color. They will host sexy shrimp and porcelain crabs though.
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