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Old 02-16-2012, 03:10 PM   #1
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anyone kept tube anemones without loosing fish?

Everything was going great for a year,then last month i got a tube nem..... Since then i have lost 3 fish.. not lost,but found dead after seeing them the nite before.1 clown 1 tang 1 sweet lips. Not all at once but the next morning i would find the leftovers being picked at by crabs and snails.. this nem only comes out at nite so i figure the fish would bump into it blindly. Anyone else have trouble with these nems???

I think im gonna take it back to the lfs and try to find a new sweet lips
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