I have a pink tipped anemone. He has grown big, strong, and healthy. My VHO
bulbs took a dump. Among a couple other issues, like an idiot, I procrastinated (due to price of the tubes) and placed temporary lighting in its stead. My anemone retreated to the bottom of my glass aquarium and is stuck to the glass.
I have since then replaced the tubes and everything is functioning properly. The poor guy is now smaller and I would like to remove him from the glass. I made an attempt to get him on a scallop shell. He started to take hold of it for a while then decided to scoot along the glass over a period of time. My clown misses him.
Can I carefully shave him off of the glass with a new sharp razor blade? Not cut him, unless it is suggested (I doubt it), but just tightly shave him from the surface.
My tank has live sand (I took from Florida Key Reefs) as base, I used pvc
supports to elevate egg crate as a platform for my rocks off of the base. The anemone is under the egg crate and my clown kept burrowing the sand out of the way until he cleared it down to the glass which is now where the anemone is.