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Old 07-12-2011, 01:27 PM   #1
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bubble tip anemone

My 75g has been running for two months now. Is it to early for me to put in a bubble tip anemone? And what do they eat?
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way to early nems need intense light and at least a 1yr old tank
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You need moderate to high lighting, but if you have that, and have had steady parameters, then I don't see why not. But maybe I just don't understand why you need to wait a long time to get an anemone.
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new tanks even a few months old tend to have many fluctuations in params
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What type of lights do you have? What type of nem are you looking to get? I got rid of mine cause I was afraid it would eat my fish, cause trust me, mine got HUGE. Also have to worry about it getting caught in powerheads, it was just a big worry for me.

How is your water? amm, trites, trates?
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Carey what type of nem did you have, that grew that big?
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I had a pink tipped haitian condy. Ended up taking over the entire left side of my tank. lol
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i think it was a condy
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Carey what type of nem did you have that grew that big?
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Are those ok to purchase at Petland? Or would you buy from someone?
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