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Old 06-22-2014, 04:49 PM   #1
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What eats anemones?

I got rid of my chocolate chip star so I know it's not that but what eats anemones? My pink tipped looks like it was ate around the sides a little I was gone for two days and come back to it chewed on what could it be?
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Old 06-23-2014, 09:39 AM   #2
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My tank has two clowns a damsel a white jawed cardinal fish and a half black angel fish
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Old 06-23-2014, 09:47 AM   #3
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Picture?

How old is the tank? Water parameters? Lighting?

How long have your had the nem?
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I had it for about two weeks the tank is about 10-12 months with a 50/50 bulb over it I have pipe coral and it seems to be fine with the lighting but I also have a Oenone fulgida worm that hitch hiked and became recently more active
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I had it for about two weeks the tank is about 10-12 months with a 50/50 bulb over it I have pipe coral and it seems to be fine with the lighting but I also have a Oenone fulgida worm that hitch hiked and became recently more active
Going to need more specifics on light. T5, T5HO, ...? How many bulbs? Brand of bulbs? Age of bulbs?
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Your running a single bulb light? You most likely don't have enough light for the nem.


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My thoughts as well. If that is the case it is probably just decomposing.
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The guy at my LFS said a t8 50/50 build would be fine it's a 50/50 reef bulb


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They lied to you. You'd want a 6 bulb t5ho unit for nems IME.


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What about LEDs


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