Anemone size to host clowns?

Dw79

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So I picked up a tiny BTA about 2 months ago. It was probably the size of a nickel, with the the goal of it eventually hosting my 2 clowns. It has tripled in size over the last 2 months, but is still obviously too small to be a host. They so far have paid no attention thankfully since it is still small, but that said, how big does the Nem have to get before I take steps to introduce them to each other. Don't want the clowns to love it to death before it is ready.
 
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Imo it's not really up too you. When the clowns decide they like the nem then thats that. Not much you can do other than keep an eye on it to make sure they aren't bothering it too much
 
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Imo it's not really up too you. When the clowns decide they like the nem then thats that. Not much you can do other than keep an eye on it to make sure they aren't bothering it too much
So far I have been lucky and the nem has chosen the complete opposite side of the tank that the clowns stay at. They are a breeding pair and don't venture far from the corner that they lay eggs in
 

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