So now that I'm putting together my first large tank, with adequate lighting(cebu sun by hamilton), I realized I've really taken a liking to my clownfish. I picked up two ORA Black Snowflake clowns, and there's nothing I'd like to see more than them diving into a healthy nem.\n \nBut I know very little of their husbandry. I've done quite a bit of reading, and I'm pretty much decided on a BTA. My tank is only about 3 months old, so I've got time to figure this out. Meanwhile all parameters except temp have been stable. Temp is moving from 80-82 in an 8 hour photo period.\n \nAny info you can give me? My main concern is the "what if" of me killing it. I work 14 hour days, so if it died at 8 am, and I didn't get home until 9PM, what all could happen? What precautions can you take to decrese the likelyhood of this happening? Aside from BTA, what other anenomes should I consider?