rock flower anemone

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    beeguiles they call me fish geek ;p

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    Ive been reading some about these nems and I've seen they are a pretty good nem. Not too demanding? I wanted to check and see if anyone had any expirience with them here and how it was for them. I know Brian had one in his first tank and it was gorgeous.
     
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    They are one of the more hardy nems out there, but they wont host clowns. That is my sum total knowledge about them :)
     
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    beeguiles they call me fish geek ;p

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    Yea I know they won't host clowns. Even if it did my clowns would have no interest I'm sure lol. I have the perfect spot for it, that is if it likes my perfect spot.
     
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    Ya, i have super awesome spot for a nem too, but im so afraid of it wandering
     
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    beeguiles they call me fish geek ;p

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    I read the the rock flower nems aren't known for wandering. :)
     
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    yep their easy to put in spots you want , i placed mine by hovering my hand for about 5 secs over it until it attached itself where i wanted it
     
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    They're very easy to keep, and come in some beautiful colors. I've got 4 of them in my tank now. They definitely can wander just like any nem, they're just less likely then some. When I first put my original one in my tank it wandered across the whole tank before it found it's happy spot.
     
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    beeguiles they call me fish geek ;p

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    I've had good luck with wandering nems so far. My maxi mini has stayed in the very smart spot since day one and same for the rbta. Hopefully they get a pretty one in for me. I don't want dull brown.
     
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