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Old 05-21-2009, 12:44 PM   #1
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Ok guys/girls here is wat is on my mind lol it happens alot dont be afraid lol ok anyways i have try a long tentacle anenome a sebae anenome both lived about 2 weeks then died sebae living longer i waited for my tank to mature a little more i have hadit since august i had the anenomes about 3 months after tank star now i have a condy have had it for about a month or two its been healthy as can be i found a few of its purple tenticles floating in the tank little small pieces of it but it still looks healthy it shrivels up every now an then but next day its open it used to crawl around my rocks but now it sits still and opens up when lights come on and starts to close a little right before lights start going off so i beleive it is healthy my point with this is i want to try a new anenome a better one, one my false perculas could possibly host with wat would be the easiest one i could get the next step up from a condy which i have heard is the easiest one to keep.
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IMO you`ll need about 6-9 months for your tank to become stable. I usually suggest a year but others say they`ve done it within the 6-9 month time frame.The first two you tried are a little on the difficult side esp. the seabae. What type lighting did you say you have?
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Old 05-21-2009, 04:31 PM   #3
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i have corallife 48 inch 2 65 wat true actinic 03 blue two 65 wat 10000k daylight straight pin compact fluorescents
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Another Question...how deep is your tank?
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Old 05-21-2009, 08:12 PM   #5
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without a messuring tape i would say about 15 in from water surface to sand bed
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Ive had my anemone in my tank since i started it..(after the cycle was threw with...) and i still have him =/ its a pink tip.. but still.
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without a messuring tape i would say about 15 in from water surface to sand bed
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alright but wats the best choice
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Okay, this link should help.

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