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Old 07-10-2009, 03:22 PM   #1
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Another question txs in advanced RBT postion

I have a RBT that I bought that was attached to some LR already and was sold this way when I positioned it in my tank I positioned it highers on the rocks and facing the front of the rocks.

He has not moved but I am not sure if this was the best position for him

Any thoughts? He is close to a Gonaporia and I know they sting.

Also my clowns have not gone near him (I know they will not always)

I was thinking of putting it near the bottom of my rocks facing up

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Old 07-10-2009, 03:24 PM   #2
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full tank shot so you can see how close the Goniapora is

They are on the left hand side

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If you can move the rock then maybe but dont try to move the anenome off the rock. If you should tear the foot there is no hope.
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I am no expert; however, we all know that anemone's are living animals that can move around to find the best position for themselves. Don't know if you have looked at this site? I have found it great, give it a try!

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yea I would not move it off the rock it was on. (was attached to a rock when I bought it)

I moved the rock again since this post and have it now facing up and it seems to be bigger so I think the move was a good move.
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