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Old 11-13-2011, 01:28 AM   #1
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Green tip bubble anemone

Hey guys just got a green bubble tip nem
Now it's happy opened fully seems healthy

My concern is the spot in the tank it's moved to and called home is in a spot where a) I can't target feed it b) the clowns can't host it

It's been in the tank 3 days

Should I move it or try to movie so I can at least feed it or do I leave it alone in the hope it will move into a better spot

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Any suggestions

Don't want it to starve
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Is it on a rock that you can move? If you can see it you should be able to target feed in somehow.
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Try feeding with with a turkey baster and mysis shrimp. Don't blow a hard stream out just let it slowly come out the the baster.

Some clowns don't host anything others will host anything and everything.
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you don't even have to feed it. it will not starve because it's photosynthetic.
i would not move it.
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Thanks mr x

I'll leave it where it is
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