Ironically, I've hijacked my own thread.
Update on Anemone hosting clowns. Unfortunately, I placed my Acclimate Pro quarantine container just below the water line and my clowns sneaked into the darn thing. However, this created an opportunity. I raised the quarantine container, so the top was above the water line. Then removed the corals, leaving the clowns. I decided to put my Ruby Bubble Tip into the quarantine container with the clowns. I ran into an obstacle. My BTA did not want to come lose from his rock. Fortunately, the rock was at the top of my tank and not attached to anything. The rock was too large for my quarantine container. So, I sat the rock on top and let the BTA hang there. I tried all the 'recommended' methods of removal, but it wasn't budging. This BTA was big and beautiful when I bought it. Now it's just too important to lose it. I've had it for about a year. As I sat there worrying 'what am I going to do?'...the clowns, after about 30 minutes, found their new home. I let them get comfortable for another hour...pouring water over the rock and exposed foot. Then decided to see what would happen if I put the rock back in the same spot. I turned off my tank power head, released the clowns. They swam around for awhile disoriented. I had moved their old homes, the Torch & Frogspawn. But, in about 15-20 minutes, they found the Frogspawn again. I almost lost it!!! So, I decided to put the Frogspawn in the quarantine tank. This time ABOVE the water:lol:....It took another 30 minutes, But they finally made their way to the BTA. I've made some adjustments with my powerhead, as that scared them off, and all is good. Finally...after a year and two pairs of clowns. They're being hosted by a BTA and not my LPS Corals, return lines, glass cleaners or anything else they could find....except my BTA's..:blob: