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Old 05-12-2009, 11:15 AM   #1
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Smile RBTA Help!

Alright for the pass week or so my RBTA has been roaming only one side of the tank and has been attached to the glass and stay's either in the middle part of the glass or the top. I just want to know should I remove him and put him to a spot it my like? Or should I leave it be. To me it seems as if it's lost and has no clue where to go? Right now it's between the glass and the overflow box with little or no current at all. I don't want it to starve if it's not getting the proper lighting and food that it needs. Let me know what I should do.
and how to remove it, if I have to.

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Dont try to remove it as you might tear the foot. If you do that then their is no chance of survival.
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Alright. I just want to make sure it's getting the proper lighting and water flow. It's just there. All well I guess it will move when it will...
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If it is not getting what it needs it will move until it does. I agree with Mike leave it be for now.
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No problem. I think he will be OK.
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