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Old 04-16-2004, 01:27 PM   #11
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Leave them in the ocean where the live hundreds of years,
Anemones live for centuries in the wild.
Excellent reasons for not buying them. I like to think if we stopped buying wild caught anemones (most of them) they would stop collecting them. Wishful thinking.

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Old 04-16-2004, 01:57 PM   #12
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I suggest metal halides if your going to try anemones. Even then they don't live more than a few years. There are exceptions though.
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Yeah it really depends on what you kind of anonome you have. But for the most part lighting is key just like everyone said and about once a week I give mine a little krill.. like a piece about 1 inch long as well as around wed I do live brine feeding and he seems to really enjoy those as well so I fire a little squirt of the turkey baster I feed them with his way. I have a green carpet.. s. haddoni and my prayers have been answered so far *knock* Knock *


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