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Old 01-29-2005, 11:40 PM   #1
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S.G. for anemonies

What is the ideal S.G. for anemonies?
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1.023 to 1.025. Do not allow SG to go any higher than 1.026. It becomes hazrdous to the fish as well as some coral.
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I agree, 1.023-1.025 is ideal. This is what makes acclimation so important if you keep your SG in that range. Most LFS have a relatively low SG. Mine keeps thiers at 1.018-1.019. Thta makes for a pretty big difference and can be very hard on animals when we acclimate them.
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