Beginner Topic Terrific Tentacles: A Beginner's Look at Anemones for the Reef Aquarium

Thanks so much for a great article.
Excellent article! Well written, and very informative.
Super informative! Curious how so many people have said “intense lighting” is needed. But they are less coral and more animal...cool!
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Great article however I noticed you didn’t list any wrasses that hang out in anemones, I have caught my Mexican rainbow wrasse Laying in my anemone or brushing up against it as he swims.

Have you heard of any other wrasses doing this?
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Very informative. Great read!
I always like to learn more about anemoe's
Hello,

As a blogger myself I had to put this to pen.

I wrote an article several years ago on Aquarium pH. That is how I landed here as an enthusiat of reefing as hobby. That simple.

As a professional content writing blogger this is how I went about the writing project.

Step 1: research - find studies in support of a theory or practice such as those listed in your article.

Step 2: some discussion on the nature of the expected audience (in practice I use SEO information to identify large target audience say in this case 45 years and above)

Step 3: Decide on tone to present the info. 40 years and older tend to like to read informative material BUT NOT in the dull and unappreciative - DO this do that. Many prefer the real research tone - Research says you can have a fish tank circulating healthy water with 5 full turnovers a month. NOTE this is not procedural information this is informative - SO you can keep a fish with say less expense but maintain clarity of the water and enjoy photopgraphy - I can assist with an "improved" sample that would in my opinion get you excellent reading - Have you considered tools like Flesch reading guide
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