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"Tank bred sandlebacks seem to be the easiest to keep. Wild caught, like the pink skunks don't do well. They will host a Heteractis Magnifica (Ritteri) anemone with glee! Even the captive bred like the captive bred tomatos have an STRONG need to host something! (even a mushroom rock!) Very easy to get to host like the tomato but the different coloring makes them a welcome change! Though I read they get dark as they age, this is yet to be seen as mine are only 6 months old. They have a similar aggression as tomatos, but not mean like the cinnamon or maroon. They do not attack my hand when by their anemone! Though they are not as calm as the perculas and skunks."

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