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Old 05-07-2015, 01:56 AM   #21
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They like to be under the edge of something, so if you can set it up where there is a bit of a ledge next to the sand they like that. (posted previously where I said it looks like the rock) The one up in the middle of the rock has a indented hole it just scooted right in and as a section where it is about flat to the rock when it opens.

I really like how responsive they are to the light.
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My yellow one is on the move today! I couldn't find it when I woke up this morning. It's on the backside of a rock now but still moving. I'm kind of glad it's moving, I was getting worried it wasn't getting enough light and it was awkward to reach for feeding. Hope it picks a good spot where I'll be able to see it.


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Rock flower anemones

Went to VIP reef to drool over some RFAs and saw a warning message about their use of salifert flat worm exit wiping out most of their RFA and ricordea floridia stock. Just posting to keep in mind for future reference in case this product is every needed/recommended and you have RFA or ricordea.

http://www.vipreef.com/rock-anemones/


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Interesting, if they possibly used too much or miscalculated the dose.

That is very good information to keep in mind, I was considering some specs in my tank if they were the worms or not and was just reading about using the product in the tank and it has Rics and the RFA.

Thanks so much for the heads up.
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rock nem on oyster it had a hard life being switched from tank to tank as they grew
the rock nem and oyster are the 2 oldest inverts I have almost 4 years
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rock nem on oyster it had a hard life being switched from tank to tank as they grew
the rock nem and oyster are the 2 oldest inverts I have almost 4 years

That's cool and kind of crazy, did it come in as a hitch hiker?


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That is darned special Seaweed!

Finally made it to the lfs which has the anemones. Smaller lighter green, bigger nice larger green not super dark though, a tan, and a tan with pink lines like the rays coming from the center and a pink mouth. $29.99 each - I have a pic.



Thought about asking if he would go 2 for $50, then thought I might be able to get prettier ones or the same for 10 each so I left them all there but might go for the bigger green one and tan pink in the pic right of the bottom of the leather. Other lfs who has been trying to get them in for me said possible this week, she has been adding them each week, and will continue to until they come in.

Also Petco employee said that the company recently acquired live aquaria /website and company, and maybe they will have more stock to offer soon.
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I like the two you are thinking about getting but $30 does seem on the higher end for tan and green ones, I think my LFS sells those for $20 usually. That green one is really big though. Hopefully your other store will get some in so you have more options.

All my babies crawled out of my "nursery" container. It's nice to have the dish out of the display, but now I can't target feed. I have found some on rocks and in sand bed which could be these same ones from the nursery. Last count was 6 babies but only three I can reach to target feed. The ones I can't reach look a lot smaller and still very white so I'm not sure if those will make it, they are also positioned out of the light.


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I saw one of these pop up on divers den a couple of days ago. Cool nem.

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