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View Poll Results: How Long Were you able to keep an anemone alive
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5+ years 1 6.67%
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Under a year but still going 7 46.67%
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Had one but reguarless of what I did it didnt make it 1 6.67%
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Old 01-13-2004, 11:03 PM   #11
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Nope, I actually think it lends itself perfectly to it. Your success flies right into the face of differing information, yet you are undoubtedly successful thus far. I have little doubt that someone could try to replicate your conditions and not fare as well. To me it proves that some folks are successful with various techniques but we still don't understand all the variables.

If no one has yet to involve you in a study on anemones I would have no clue why.
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I added the following option.

Had one but reguarless of what I did it didnt make it

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Old 01-13-2004, 11:37 PM   #13
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If no one has yet to involve you in a study on anemones I would have no clue why.
No ones asked or made mention of a study to be involved with. If anyone is aware of one that would not risk the health of my animals, I would be more than willing.

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