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Old 12-14-2013, 01:27 AM   #11
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Well that def should be good enough to keep an anemone. What is powering the flow in the tank?
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I have eheim Ecco pro! I don't know exactly where to direct the flow... How much flow does the anemone need?!
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Your only form of flow is coming from a canister filter? I'd want a small powerhead in there to give some flow and help circulate oxygen better through my tank. I'd say that and the young age of the tank are the reason for him not settling. A small tank like this can be a struggle to keep parameters in check where they need to be for an anemone, which is pristine. A young tank can swing parameters quickly, which is why it is normally recommended you wait a minimum of 6 months to a year before attempting an anemone. Malu anemone, which is just a rarer form of sebae anemone, are difficult anemone to keep that struggle with acclimating themselves to a new home.
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Yes! Ok, then I'll check into getting a powerhead! Thank you very much for helping me and trying to figure out the issue I am having with my anemone! I will try to fix that up with the flow and the powerhead, hope that it will fix my problem
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