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Old 01-26-2013, 02:54 PM   #1
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Introducing anenome

Introduced first BTA today. Though I had read enough and that it would all be simple.... (Naive!) Lights are off and power head off for now in attempt to allow it to settle. Problem is that it keeps falling off rocks and landing on its side or upside down... Should I keep picking it up or will that just stress it? Should I just leave things and see if it can mobilise to a more suitable place. It's pretty much wedged on its side between two rocks now... Also- how long should I leave power head off for ? Few hours / overnight? Thanks![/

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Old 01-30-2013, 12:51 AM   #2
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Put it in a small terra-cotta pot, where you want it in the tank. Preferably with some flow in the area. Then put the anemone in the pot. Ours LOVES it and has never moved since we put it in there.
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