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Old 05-19-2004, 06:48 AM   #1
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curly cue

Live rock came yesterday. There was a noter on the box saying careful of the curlycue anenome, they are sharp! I have looked in my books and can't find info on them. Where should I put him in the tank? Check sig for lighting etc. Thanks
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Old 05-19-2004, 12:12 PM   #2
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Curly cue's are partially photosynthetic but do not need to rely on the lighting to remain healthy. Place the rock it's on about midway in the tank if possible in a med flow area. It will find it's own place once settled in. Until fish are added, it would help to feed it small amounts a few times a month. Once fish are added you can cut back but I would still offer it something twice monthly.

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I got a pretty big one really maybe 7inches when spread out. He loves brine etc.. or jsut basking and becomes active when feeding the fish.Every said it was a bad anenome , stings fish kills fish etc.... I have all small fish and he could easily take one if they came close enough ,but he has yet to cause any problems.

I agree very kool looking
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I got a pretty big one really maybe 7inches when spread out.
Wouldn't wanna post a pic would you? That's awfully big for the species.

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Every said it was a bad anenome , stings fish kills fish etc.... I have all small fish and he could easily take one if they came close enough
All true except being bad! They are what they are.

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