RBTA hosing picasso clowns

Discussion in 'Fish and Invertebrates' started by evodrgn, Apr 8, 2010.

  1. evodrgn

    evodrgn Guest

    after having my RBTA for about two weeks i finally saw my low grade picasso clowns attempt and successfully host it!!!!

    this reminded me of homer simpson's "Stupid Flanders!"

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    checking out the new home:
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    and my two fav pics:

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  2. GreshamH

    GreshamH Guest

    Nice RBTA!!!!
     
  3. Ibn

    Ibn Supporting Member

    Smart clown. Mine aren't even looking at my RBTA. They're hosting the overflow box instead. :/
     
  4. Ibn

    Ibn Supporting Member

    A month, I can live with. It's been over 2 months now and still no interest from either fish.
     
  5. evodrgn

    evodrgn Guest

    mine took me two weeks before they looked at it haha. the female started looking at it last night and this morning and finally hosted it. the male is just swimming around not caring where he goes lol

    here's a link to a short vid clip i got of the hosting:

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  6. evodrgn

    evodrgn Guest

    you have frogspawn in the tank or is the rbta the only "flowy" coral/invert in the tank? i have three different frogspawns in my tank and for the longest time they showed interest in one of my frogspawns until they noticed the rbta near their sleeping spot
     
  7. Ibn

    Ibn Supporting Member

    No Euphyllia sp. in the tank.
     
  8. evodrgn

    evodrgn Guest

    all i can say is try to move the nem near where the clowns sleep at night. that might help grab their attention. other than that i have no clue how you'd get them to host in the nem
     

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