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Old 08-13-2013, 05:13 PM   #11
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It could recover. How large is the clown? I'm curious to see if the anemone will attach to the rock.
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It could recover. How large is the clown? I'm curious to see if the anemone will attach to the rock.
The clown is aprox 3.5~4 inches. The nem is attached in a cave where it isn't being bothered right now and looks still shriveled but recognizably an anemone again. I'm gonna go and get another larger nem in a little bit to hopefully ease the stress
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I would turn that light down a bit. That's a Taotronics, correct? Maybe less than half.
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I would turn that light down a bit. That's a Taotronics, correct? Maybe less than half.
Ya it is unfortunately its non-dimmable ill put mesh over its selected spot though. Thanks ill get pictures of my new gbta when I get home
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The gbta acclimated well it seems. I raised the lights up a bit just in case. The original bta is still in hiding I'm guessing a few days for it to come back out?
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Like I said, ease up on those lights, they are way more than they are used to.
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