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I have 2 ocellaris clownfish in a 55 gallon reef tank. Right now the only other fish is a Bangaii cardinal(tank just getting started). I have a anemone(the name has slipped my mind, can post a pic if it would help) and would like for it to host the clowns. I've heard differing views on getting them to host it. Some things said the only thing you can do is wait and hope and others said that there is tricks to get them to go in it. For the first few weeks they seemed to be hosting the heater. Would never leave the corner where the heater is located. They would always sit together in that corner, and never leave each other. Now one explores all over the tank all the time and the other sits in the corner with the Bangaii that also hangs out there. The clowns are about 2 inches and are wild caught. Temp is 82 and water parameters are all great, spot on where they should be. First day I had them one went in but left and hasn't shown interest since. So is it a waiting game? If anyone has used tricks that have worked I'd be very interested in knowing them. Thanks!