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Old 05-26-2006, 02:00 PM   #11
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Hmm...it wasnt near much current...

Are there ay anemones that are reef safe and like light.
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Old 05-26-2006, 04:39 PM   #12
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There are not any anenomes I would consider reef safe. All will sting neighboring corals when/if they decide to go for a walk. All anenomes like light, but the bubble tip seems to be one of the less light demanding species out there, and they also seem to be able to handle less than pristine water conditions.

What kind of lighting are you using and what size tank?
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techinically you have enough light, but I have a HUGE bubble tip - even when 'closed' up he is 6 inches arround, and almost foot across when all streched out. Might have a hard time keeping him in a tank that size, they do grow rather large, and will sting anything they bump into on a walk. If yours is small I would think it is ok. I have noticed he does not kill the mushrooms in the tank with him if he wanders real close to them. Zoos got killed, however.
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Well he is going to die if i cant feed him.
This is definitely not true. I have never target fed mine mine and he is still thriving after 4 years. Between lights and leftovers in tank he will be Ok
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Old 05-31-2006, 12:33 AM   #16
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It moved back for whatever reason...

abnmojo; Im not sure what you mean by technically having enough light? I think I have more than enough IMO.

Anywho thanks for all the help, I dunno what was up.
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