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Old 08-05-2011, 10:50 PM   #141
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Very weird. I have an anemone under less lighting for a month now and it's been thriving. Maybe it's just that anemone.
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Old 08-06-2011, 12:11 AM   #142
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update vid, their was a little runoff anemone that my LFS store couldnt get off, since my water parameters were nearly perfect they said to keep him in the tank and see if the main heads were just sickly for some reason, the anemone is alive but hes looking a little thin, i took a few flakes and hand fed him.


I caved and bought a royal gramma as you can see in the video and he came into the tank with absolutely no problem, the clown looks happier lol. they already have a little community going. no nipping what so ever.

Im hoping the anem's makie it

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Old 08-06-2011, 12:18 AM   #143
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another vid.
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Royal gramma is absolutely beautiful.
I sit there and watch mine almost forgetting the other fish there.

Sorry to hear about the Anemone. They are known for giving u a heart attacks like this. This is why they say not for beginners. I had one shipped to me by accident. I ended up finding a new home for him after a month. Now i will stay away from them until my tank is matured, have lots of time and $$$$$.Hope u have a better luck
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Old 08-06-2011, 09:50 AM   #145
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If your really set on a Nem try these Easy to care for and the colors are stunning
Mini-Carpets: The Perfect Small Sea Anemones? | Coral Magazine
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What kind of Anenome is it???
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Thanks griz and heera. Its a green bubble tip.
Okay so update today guys. I woke up and the small anem. Is starting to get a little more color and fullness to it. The tips are starting to regain their new color. We'll have to see if this lasts thanks all
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What u feeding? How long lights are on for?
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What u feeding? How long lights are on for?
Small chunks of krill. And 12x12 lgihting
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And about the gramma. Deffinitely a beautiful fish! I can't believe how one new fish excites all three of mine lol.
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