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Old 02-01-2014, 05:42 PM   #1
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Hi, does anybody know if these are easy to keep ? Thank you
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Old 02-01-2014, 06:16 PM   #2
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I have a two in my tank they like medium flow and shaded areas mine like to bury them self's in the sand bed attaching to the rocks Spot feed chopped fish and or shrimp once a week they dont like nitrates so try to keep them as low as you can shoot for 1 ppm or less Rock Flower Anemone
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YW just remember they can and will sting the crap outa other corals Nice thing about them is they tend to stay put once they find a place
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I had 2 in my old tank. They are awesome. Especially on the sand bed. I wouldnt recommend touching them though. They will sting you lol.
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How bad is the sting?
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My smaller one never stung at all. The bigger one got me once. Its kind of like a shock from a spark plug or low grade electric fence if I remember right. Didn't hurt really, more surprised me lol. Only did it cause I was trying to move him.
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I will get the missus to put it in the tank then!!! Lol
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Old 02-01-2014, 07:41 PM   #9
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I will get the missus to put it in the tank then!!! Lol
Bad idea if she cooks your meals But if you do please get a video lol
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She does everything for me...... Apart from my water changes. If we get married I'm going to request she does this in the vows! Lol . How big do they get by the way?
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