Yellow Sebae Anemone

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    dawneanddonv

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    Just got today and put into tank so far so good. How long until my clown fish will accept it.
     
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    yote Ceritfied Mantis Hunter Moderator

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    Might take a day,could be a week,or they may never take to it clowns dont always take up with an anemone.
    And congratulations on it,got pics?:D
     
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    ltljoker The Great Tang Herder

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    yes it really depend on the clown fish. if it was a tank breed clown it mite never host but i have some that took to my bubble tip so good luck
     
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    I agree that there is no guarantee. I got one for my BTA one time and he completely ignored it. Had to get rid of it. Hope all works out.
     
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    +1 all of the above
     
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    Since my clownfish host my leather and not my anenomy I just got an anenomy crab to take the place of the clownfish. And a couple sexy shrimp
     
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