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Old 03-30-2006, 04:42 PM   #1
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I added a 1 1/2" long V-tail to my nano tank to raise him until he is big enough to hold his own in the 55 gal.

A fuzzy dwarf lion also lives in the tank. Now I have kept bigger V-tail groupers, and I know how mean they can be but.....

The grouper and the lion love to get right next to each other!!! They sit this way all day.

Also I recently got this anemonie with a peice of live rock for the tank, I have other carnivorous anemonies that I feed shrimp, and they do well, but what should I feed this? I use kent nano reef for my sea fans and stuff, will this work for this anemonie?

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Try feeding that anemone peices of silverside slightly smaller than its mouth.

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the title to the post is very misleading... hehe
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What a great pic!

I posted a stickie in the lounge called "fishy friends", yours would be a nice addition to it. If you want to add it, here is the link.

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The anenome appears to be a rock flower. Not real aggressive. I have three and the mostly filter feed. couple pieces of krill once in awhile as a supplement should do fine.

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