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Old 06-02-2012, 09:23 PM   #11
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Who would have thought that a foot massage would do the trick !?
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I know, right. Some people put their hand in a fish bag to avoid risking skin irritation. I never bothered but I have had my wrist redden from a couple condys. It's getting them to stay put that's the tricky part! >_<
My clown always stayed in my long polyped mushroom leathers. Took the leathers a month to get used to it.
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I know, right. Some people put their hand in a fish bag to avoid risking skin irritation. I never bothered but I have had my wrist redden from a couple condys. It's getting them to stay put that's the tricky part! >_<
My clown always stayed in my long polyped mushroom leathers. Took the leathers a month to get used to it.
The fact that they move is the reason why I would give the Anemones their own tank if I ever bought one(s). I wouldn't want one moving on a coral or anything like that.
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I have a medium sized Condy and a small gbta, and the Condy moved around a little when I first got him, but now that he's found his spot he's stayed there, I've changed everything too, like flow, lighting, added stuff, I even moved his rock and he's stayed put. So sometimes they may not move much once they settle in.
My small gbta has never moved, but he is only about the size of a quarter and I haven't had him long (only about 6 weeks).
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