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Old 12-11-2012, 02:29 PM   #21
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You stocked a nem too quick. Your tank parameters are not stable. Also what kind of lighting do you have on the 90? Nems in pristine water condition and high lighting, never need fed. Mu oldest nem is 7 years old and maybe gets a silver side once a month. High nitrates and maybe not enough lighting let your nem hang on for 6 months but they cant live in less than ideal water conditions long. Glad your other corals are doing good but that means nothing, corals/fish/animals all have different requirements. Just because 1 coral is doing good doesn't mean your tank is capable of supporting all corals.
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Old 12-11-2012, 02:39 PM   #22
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What kind of led lights? Not all are the same. What kind of anemone?

6 months is ok to add an anemone....as long as the parameters are good which doesn't seem to be the case since you're at 40 trates.
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Old 12-11-2012, 02:49 PM   #23
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What kind of led lights? Not all are the same. What kind of anemone?

6 months is ok to add an anemone....as long as the parameters are good which doesn't seem to be the case since you're at 40 trates.
There are 3 marine land hidden led's with super white,& blues. Also marine t5. I fed it last night and this morning it looked almost "normal" again. So aside from the trates being too high maybe it needs to eat more frequent.
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Also not sure exact name of it so I will post a pic later and hopefully somebody can tell me
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How many watts on the led? How many T5 bulbs? Odds are those lights aren't strong enough if they're from marineland.

If anything, feeding the anemone will cause it to stress. Anemones don't need to be fed and shouldn't be fed often ime/imo.
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Why does feeding an Anemone cause it stress?? never heard of that before. And they eat actual little critters in the wild in addition to the food it gets from photosynthesis. Are you talking about a specific species or all?

I have an LTA and LiveAquaria says "The diet should include small pieces of fish or mussel, crustaceans, and frozen foods." and it won't be getting it naturally in my tank unless it starts eating my fish.
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Old 12-11-2012, 07:31 PM   #27
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Ok, here's my lighting 3X led's 1X fluorescent and also the anemone that I don't know which type

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Like I said in an earlier post its looking much better today
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Also if it helps it has a purple foot & purple tips
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seems like this species to me.

FreshMarine.com - Ritteri Anemone - Heteractis magnifica - Sea Anemone - Bulb-Tip Anemome - Buy Cheap Yellow Tipped Long Tentacle Anemone at Wholesale

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