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Old 10-15-2013, 12:14 AM   #1
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Anemone question ?

If I have a pretty big condy anemone roaming Around in my tank will it brother my rbta (a lot smaller )
In a 45g tank
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Bother * typo sorry
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Old 10-15-2013, 04:14 PM   #3
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Shouldn't be a problem as long as it parks far enough away....
When I first put my Nem in and it started to roam, I had a couple spots scoped out with decent current, good lighting and small crevice gently scooped it up while it was moving,held it with its foot to the gap.it attached and has been there is since.
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We'll the condy was my first anemone and he stayed where I first but him for a while but the past to weeks he's been roaming and he is pretty close to my rbta right now and I fear the might not like each others company
might try and move him to the other side of the tank or just take him to my lfs and put him up for adoption
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Old 10-15-2013, 05:29 PM   #5
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a condy and bta will sting each other and eventually kill each other most likely the smaller bta.
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Old 10-15-2013, 07:57 PM   #6
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I have a Condy. It will stay in one spot for a month or so then it's all over for a week or so. They move a lot more then a lot of other ones
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Tell is more about the tank. How long was the condy in one place? The fact that is moving now tells that it recently became unhappy, possible parameter swing, change in flow, or even lighting.
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I have 2 taotronics blues at 100% whites at 50% in for 10 hours a day. Ammonia, nitrites, nitrates, and phosphates are at 0. Salinity is at 1.026. It stayed in the same place for about 2 months then moved around for a week. Stayed in one spot for about 2 weeks and has been on the move since. A couple days
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I've done some research on condies and everything I've read said they are prone to move
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Might be flow. Never knew of an anemone to move around just because.
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