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Old 08-28-2011, 11:58 PM   #11
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scratch that, his foot is stuck too well onto the rock, so i left him there, i just placed a smaller piece of rock as an overhang over the top of him.
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That's good! A least it's responding.
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yeah thats true, i just spoke to a local fish store about it, he said when he sees them secreting that crap from their mouth there as good as dead and he recommends moving them out of the aquarium asap, otherwise it will float over night mess up your water quality...
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How does the anemone look right now? I don't think it's dead because it is still attached to the rock. When I first got mine, it secreted some muck, but mine slipped through an extremely small crack on one of my rocks, and I was trying to slip it through the rest for almost an hour. Mine was really stressed but it came out well. I would keep an eye on it.
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How does the anemone look right now? I don't think it's dead because it is still attached to the rock. When I first got mine, it secreted some muck, but mine slipped through an extremely small crack on one of my rocks, and I was trying to slip it through the rest for almost an hour. Mine was really stressed but it came out well. I would keep an eye on it.
yeah every since i put the rock over it, the it has slightly more visible tentacles, there is still red in the bubbles, and the mouth is slightly less open then it was before, so its looking more positive now! as you said ill keep and eye on it, i dont want to call it quits, and ill update on here in a few hours. thanks for your help/advice mate!
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