This week’s Q&A was all about sea anemones
hey mark, just a note: ritteri are mags, not sebae. sebae is the common slang for H. crispa and H. malu. H. magnifica is the ritteri. but either way, like you said, none of those are good for beginners
No tank behind you… sad!
Hi Mark, great Q&A again, just wanted to let you know that I had an 18″ carpet in my old tank that was being hosted by a breeding pair of domino damselfish, great fish and anemone combo, but had to rehome fish and anemone as dominos got really bad when they started laying and the carpet got to big for the tank.
I now have 2 malu`s in my 400ltr tank hosted by the usual suspects, and I often just sit and watch the fish in the anemones.
It should be added that rock flowers will not usually host clowns.
please cant you rather upload this to youtube
I know a guy that has a dedicated anemone tank and he mostly stopped their roaming by re-programing his leds to a square n curve. In other words, a constant light level for most of the day.
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