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Old 07-13-2004, 08:19 AM   #1
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Anenome caught in ph

My anenome got caught in one of my ph and lost like 10 of his tentacles he seems fine i put him in my qt and he looks to be perking right back up can someone give me some input on this should i get rid of him sorry i am not that experienced with inverts
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He will probally be ok. But you need to get sponges for your ph.
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sponges already done last night.
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1) How much does the sponge decrease the flow of say a Maxi-Jet 1200?

2) Do they also act as a mechanical filtration that has needs to be cleaned regularly to avoid Nitrate build up?

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1) How much does the sponge decrease the flow of say a Maxi-Jet 1200?

2) Do they also act as a mechanical filtration that has needs to be cleaned regularly to avoid Nitrate build up?

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Not sure about how much it decreases the flow, but definitely a big fat YES on your second question.
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well that explains my nitrate problem
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Yea they get cruddy.
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