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Old 10-11-2014, 03:22 PM   #11
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You need to figure out how to get light to it so it doesn't starve to death. That shady spot is a trap for both anemone. I'd try to put a power head at them to try to coax them to move out of there.


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Old 10-11-2014, 04:06 PM   #12
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Bleaching anemone corals

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You need to figure out how to get light to it so it doesn't starve to death. That shady spot is a trap for both anemone. I'd try to put a power head at them to try to coax them to move out of there.


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Thanks for the tip man, already did what you suggested. I hope they take a good spot where the settle comfortably.

I would love to see yours in a white light picture so I can compare it with mine if you don't mind.





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Currently at work. A link to my tanks build thread is in my signature and I think there is one there after it acclimated. It is turning into a really cool one, striped and some tentacles have green tips. So well see what he turns into when he's back to being healthy.


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The one I have moved once....it will find its place sooner or later. I changed from T5 lights to LED lighting in my 90G. I also had to change the water flow for them to stay in one place.

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An update of my progress with this one. I used a power head for couple of hours but the anemone did not move. It seems he is happy where he is. I noticed that the color started to change slowly until it become so obvious.

See the picture and tell me if this is the right color or he is getting sick.

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Here is a picture for the anemone taken today.

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But now this guy started to room around the tank looking for a good place to Settle.



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