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Old 08-08-2004, 12:35 PM   #11
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Theres no point and moving it, it moves all over the tank constantly, it does what it likes...aside from the color i'm not too worried about it
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Old 08-08-2004, 12:58 PM   #12
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it has color and the mouth looks nice and tight closed to me it looks like it is fine what color is it supposed to be?
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it was much brighter when i got it
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is it eating small pieces of silversides or krill? would it be possible for you to bump you lighting us a tich? if it is moving around a lot it has not found it's happy spot mine tend to like some current but not lots.
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Old 08-09-2004, 11:35 AM   #15
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im feeding small pieces of shrimp my lfs guy gave to me to feed it? Bump my lighting im comfused, i have a 96 watt powequad kit
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Old 08-09-2004, 01:31 PM   #16
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Theres no point and moving it, it moves all over the tank constantly, it does what it likes...aside from the color i'm not too worried about it
As mentioned, an anemone that roams the tank is not generally "happy"..as it is actively searching for better conditions than where it is at. This could be lighting, different current, etc. Any chance you could post a pic of how the whole tank looks? I would like to see just how high the rockwork is in the tank. You do not have 4 watts per gallon, but I would think if the rock is high enough...the compact shape of the Powerquad should deliver sufficient lighting if the anemone is up there. This would help eliminate possiblities one by one.
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heres my tank and new pics and anemone..open to opinions on how to make tank look better 2!!!!
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Looks like the rocks don't really go that high. I would think the anemone can't get enough light at the moment. You might think about adding some more rockwork ontop.
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I would place some rocks on top so that there would be a bunch of crevices instead of flat surfaces. BTA's will not perch on top of a flat rock. Otherwise, I think lighting would be o.k.
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