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Old 05-02-2013, 09:54 PM   #21
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Do I need to scrape some off the rocks or will it happen with time ?
It will happen in time, but scraping some off may help it to start spreading faster.
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A little off topic but do you know what kind of anemone this is ?
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When its open its a little bigger then 10-12 inches and I have seen it almost 6 inches high
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I'm thinking Ritteri or Sebae.
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Old 05-09-2013, 09:32 PM   #26
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I'm thinking Ritteri or Sebae.
It has long tentacles with yellow on the tips .
It stayed in the same place for well over a week and now traveling for the last couple days ,
I seamed to made a home right below the skimmer pump .
What should I be feeding it ?
My clowns do take food to it but I'm worried its not getting enough.
Will it eat any fish I add except for the clown fish ?
It looked like the clowns were trying to tease the goby and get it to follow them into the anemone .
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Old 05-10-2013, 07:58 AM   #27
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Anemones get all the food they need from the light. Most don't feed there anemones and yes any fish, crab, snail, etc can be eating by a anemone. Sitting under a pump sounds like disaster to me though i would be careful
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I have noticed allot of purples pink coraline all over but I have another question ,
I am starting to get a red velvet algae ,
Is this a good algae ?
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Good is a matter of opinion. If you like the look of it, and it's not spreading like wildfire, it's good.
I would be feeding my anemone small pieces of meaty foods, such as a piece of raw shrimp or fish, a couple times a week. Something about the size of a pea or smaller would be more than enough.
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