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Old 06-18-2005, 11:27 AM   #1
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anemone walked off!

This morning my florida condi anemone was between 2 rocks, it looked good. Just now I realized it's totally gone 8O, I looked around and thru the glass reflection and it's nowhere to be seen. This thing is about 4-5" . I don't want to move rocks around for fear of crushing it somewhere. Is this regular behavior? I know they move around, but totally dissapear?
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Old 06-18-2005, 12:10 PM   #2
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It could be squeezed down between the rocks. Are all your intakes covered?
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Old 06-18-2005, 12:14 PM   #3
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Yep, all inlets have a net... I'm giving it a couple of days to come out, then I'll do a deeper search. Maybe it needs to be alone...
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I've seen Condis do this before. Mine just deflated and hid underneath a rock for about two days.
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Thanks Brodie, is good to hear that.
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yes.. condis love to walk around..

surprisingly my tomato loves to play in it.
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Condi`s and BTA love to walk. I finally gave up and just let him roam
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iv'e currently got a similar problem with my bubble tip


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well they love to walk as i stated earlier.... but they want to find a place where they are happy (ie: flow, light, etc) but eventually they will find a place and attach themselves
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Thank you all, as of this morning I found it on top a rock looking good!!
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