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Old 03-13-2009, 03:25 AM   #11
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Here is some of the pictures of it today.

I found out ammonia exists in the pre-mixed R/O water with salt. I don't know why but I put in Calcium and KH addictives in there about 5 days ago and the water has been sitting there for about 1 week.

I have dumped that water and use new R/O water with salt premix. The R/O water is of course with no ammonia and I am going to change water now.

In the first picture when the light is off, you can see there is that slimy texture beside the carpet.......wut is that???

Do you know what the correct name is for it? it's got purple dots on the tips.....plz see the close up picture....
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Old 03-13-2009, 05:06 AM   #12
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a dying anemone can kill your whole fish tank???
has anybody experienced this??? now im scared to get one
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if it really will kill the whole tank, when should i remove it before it destroy everything? all rite, plz don't tell me to take it back for a return now......lol
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I don't have any experience with anemones so here is some information for you and you can decide for yourself.
I believe the anemone that you have is called a Condylactis Anemone and more information here:
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CondyAnemones

I hope this helps...After reading some of that post I think one of your biggest problems would be the size that it grows to.
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