I bought a sebae anemone right out of the supplier bag for them. When I got home it was 5x bigger than I thought it would be and ended up being way too big for my 36 gal
I decided to give it a go, my pair of clowns were hosting it.
After about two weeks, the sebae ate my Yasha goby, I watched it get stung as it swam too close.
I decided to get rid of the sebae for a smaller bubbletip anemone.
Ever since I got rid of the sebae the snowflake hasn't been interested in food, but the other clown is perfectly fine.
The snowflake is breathing very rapidly but besides that and not having any interest in food, it's behavior is normal.
It's been about a week since I've seen it eat.
Anyone have an idea of what's going on? Is it depressed because it's anemone is gone?
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