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Old 03-05-2011, 01:31 PM   #11
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In the second paragraph of that description it days that they can harm anemones sponges and clams though.
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Old 03-05-2011, 01:34 PM   #12
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yes well i suppose thats a risk ull have to take. r u planning on any of those organisms?
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Thinking about a bta, one clam, and was looking at sponges although I'd heard they are extremely difficult, but none of those will be for a while, so I think I'll get one! Thanks for all the help!
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i could be wrong but i doubt itll bother your anemone, the clam, maybe but what lighting do you have? also you shouldnt add any of those unless you have a very stable tank, the starfish as well. and np glad i could help
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My tank is on it's way to stable and I have enough light....thanks!
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Mine does not harm the clam or sponges. That`s just mine though. Why here he is. LOL

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Wow cool! I'll definitely be getting one when my tanks stabalizes! Anything I should know about them?
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Rule number one is "Do not expose to air". Make sure you watch the LFS and tell him dont expose to air. If you order online get it from liveaquaria as they know not to expose to air. When you add make sure you acclimate it without exposing to air. Some more pics





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I'll be sure to avoid that, and, by the way, you have a very pretty and healthy one, I'm impressed!
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What happens if you expose it to air?? just wondering, I would also like to try one sometime. Do you feed yours ever? and what would be the minimum tank size for it...or does it really matter since its not swimming around haha
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