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Old 06-02-2014, 12:07 AM   #1
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How to keep a Rose Bulb Anemone in one place ?

How do I keep my Rose Bulb Anemone from moving everyother night ?
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Old 06-02-2014, 12:18 AM   #2
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They generally only move if something's bothering them. 2 most likely candidates are water quality and lighting. Some info on the tank would help, params, age, lighting, flow?
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It's a 55 reef. 2 Led fixtures. Blue n white. (165) watt. Water is ro. Tested every three days. Flow is two powerheads at top. At first it was in med flow. It moved. Then changed to low flow. It moved. ?
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What are the test results? They require pristine water quality. Also what % are you running the channels at on your lights?
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Water tests are perfect.
Only using blue tights.
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All corals are growing like mad.
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It is health. Growing. Looks like it is going to split.
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Short fat bulbs. Eating.
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Have you tried staples ?
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I was thinking more of mig welding it. Lol
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