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Old 03-20-2007, 02:46 PM   #11
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He's infalted himself before midnight. He was looking pretty dead and limp though.

He is in the mid-top of the tank, perched on some LR. He hasn't moved since he sat himself there. He was acclimated to the tank, but not the lighting. Would that be a reason for shrivel up a day later though? It seemed liked he reacted to the emerald entree, but that sounds stupid.

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Keep an eye on him I expect that if he doesn't like where he is he'll move.

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I bought what I thought was a haitian anemone also. Turns out it is the florida condi.Mine is on the bottom of my tank. He hasnt moved since I put him in the tank 1 month ago. There is very little flo there. Hes now turning a brown color but other than that seems fine. Closes every night and comes out when the lights come on. Hope he is ok
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Hes now turning a brown color
That is a good sign. It means the zooxanthellae is coming back into the anemone. Doing the opposite, turning white/clear, would mean the zoox is being expelled and the coral was bleaching. That is generally not good, and caused by stress. Good luck

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