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Old 08-05-2011, 10:33 AM   #131
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I feed my anemone either silversides, leftover brine shrimp that I give the eel, or catch a small minnow from the ocean live and give it to him.
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Old 08-05-2011, 10:38 AM   #132
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I feed my anemone either silversides, leftover brine shrimp that I give the eel, or catch a small minnow from the ocean live and give it to him.
I dont have the luxury of hittin the ocean up for some fish food :P but i cant do the brine shrimp
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Old 08-05-2011, 10:45 AM   #133
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‪VIDEO0036‬‏ - YouTube

this was right when i woke up, im geussing they go a little limp when they sleep? idk lol
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my girlfiend thought nemo was gettin eatin watchin this video, lol, it was a chunk of krill :P
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Guys unfortunate news today... I got home from work and the anemones was almost completely limp. I rushed it to my LFS to save/ diagnose the anemones. I had them test my water and got 0>0>6. Only a nitrate off of my reading.
I did a 10% pwc less than a week before I got them. They're going to hold them for me until I get my nitrate completely down but they were a bit confused aslo on how bad it looked so quickly. Salinity .24. Temp 79.
My theory of the anemone eating the shrimp and by doing this it stressed it self to much, is out the window. (Found the little fella molting in his little cave. Thank goodness but I'm terrified for the anemone. Please help !
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Maybe insufficient lighting? What are the phosphates in the water?
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Maybe insufficient lighting? What are the phosphates in the water?
I had 0.4 phos. Before my 10% change and usually that will do the trick to even out my levels. I have 2 2x 10k t5 cadlights.
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So you have 4 10,000k bulbs?
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Yes their 2 seperate fixtures.
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