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    Images from Splash

    Latin name: Stichodactyla Hadohhi
    Degree of difficulty: easy - medium for advanced reefers
    Lighting: low / medium (bulb)
    Current: low / medium

    Members please post your experiences & pictures in this thread to this species.
    Last edited by G.Alexander; 04-02-2008, 10:49 AM.

  • #2
    WOW i never seen these before what are there street names ?
    Nick
    Nick
    180G SPS Mainly
    10 Bulb T5 Starfire
    Calcium Reactor
    3 Tunze 6105's
    Profilux Controller
    ATB Return w/ wavysea
    ATB M External Skimmer


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    • #3
      Originally posted by nyfireman3097
      WOW i never seen these before what are there street names ?
      Nick
      Carpet Anemone

      http://species.fishindex.com/species...t_anemone.html

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      • #4
        really i have never seen colors like that before amazing
        Nick
        Nick
        180G SPS Mainly
        10 Bulb T5 Starfire
        Calcium Reactor
        3 Tunze 6105's
        Profilux Controller
        ATB Return w/ wavysea
        ATB M External Skimmer


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        • #5
          I love these, I used to have a beautiful pink one with a powder blue mouth.

          Unfortunately they are a bit dangerous to keep in a reef tank, especially with anthias and flasher wrasses that cost a fortune. Can also cause problems when it wanders and stings your corals.
          400 gallon reef, Bubble King 300, I~Spin, 2 x 10,000K BLV 400W, 2 x 20,000K Radium 400W, 2 x 6,400K Osram 400W, Schuran Jetstream 1, AquaController Pro

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          • #6
            do clowns host them ?
            Nick
            Nick
            180G SPS Mainly
            10 Bulb T5 Starfire
            Calcium Reactor
            3 Tunze 6105's
            Profilux Controller
            ATB Return w/ wavysea
            ATB M External Skimmer


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            • #7
              Yes this is the natural host of many of the clownfishes we keep.

              Think twice before putting one in your tank though, these are ferocious beasts that get huge in a really short time and can eat anything in your tank, I have even seen mine eat fully grown turbo snails. It swallowed the shell whole and spit it out empty when it was done.

              The problem is especially with new livestock additions to the tank that are disoriented and blunder straight into the anemone, I have lost quite a few creates like this.
              400 gallon reef, Bubble King 300, I~Spin, 2 x 10,000K BLV 400W, 2 x 20,000K Radium 400W, 2 x 6,400K Osram 400W, Schuran Jetstream 1, AquaController Pro

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              • #8
                lol thats awesome lol if i was able to ever get something like that i wouold have a seprate tank for it
                Nick
                Nick
                180G SPS Mainly
                10 Bulb T5 Starfire
                Calcium Reactor
                3 Tunze 6105's
                Profilux Controller
                ATB Return w/ wavysea
                ATB M External Skimmer


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                • #9
                  That red one is stunning. I was after a blue carpet anemone for many months but I feel that perhaps a red one if the way to go
                  _Cerven

                  / 20g ZEOnano9020 system / nanoreefblog.com /

                  The golden ratio is 1.61803399 - use it wisely.

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                  • #10
                    heres mine



                    its actually the very first saltwater animal i ever got and has outlived everything. it has also eaten quite a few fish and inverts though

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