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Old 10-14-2014, 03:03 PM   #1
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Does this look like enough distance? Anemone&Hammer

Between my pink tip anemone and hammer? about 3 Inches
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Old 10-14-2014, 05:04 PM   #2
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my nem is even closer than that to my hammer haven't seen any fighting so far so good
unless your hammer looks irritated id say your OK
this is how mine is yours is a mile away compared to mine
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Old 10-14-2014, 05:57 PM   #3
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Oh well thats good news then! Well mine is roaming now so Im not sure where it plans on setting up shop. Any tips on how to get these guys to stay put?
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once it finds its happy place it will stop wondering
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once it finds its happy place it will stop wondering
And that condy looks pretty bleached. I hope your lighting is intense enough for an anemone.
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And that condy looks pretty bleached. I hope your lighting is intense enough for an anemone.
What do you mean? I thought this was how they are supposed to look?
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That looks fine. Must have been the other picture. Still isn't happy of he's moving.


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he settled (for today it seems)close to where I placed him. Im realizing though that this anemone has got me stressed. I don't want it killing one of my fish nor do I want it roaming and killing my corals. I feel like I cant trust this anemone!!
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I just put one in my tank a few days ago. Luckily it has only moved a few inches from where I placed it. I'm the same way. I keep watching because my skunk shrimp hangs upside down right over its mouth.
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Yeah im debating taking it out or not. im not really sure
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