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Old 11-27-2003, 06:41 PM   #11
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mine did the same thing and is still half shaded but eats good !! i thought the same thing about the lighting but seams do be doing fine ive had him for at least 4-5 months now !! just make sure ya feed it raw shrimp/clam(i think it likes better imo)
a few x a week
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Old 11-27-2003, 10:04 PM   #12
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what about silversides? Are those ok to feed them or not? Well i hope everything goes ok. Also the salinity is 1.024 not 1.023
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Old 11-27-2003, 11:19 PM   #13
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what about silversides? Are those ok to feed them or not?
Soft fleshy seafoods are best without bone or shell. Some use silversides but as a rule I recommend you do not feed the anemone as long as food is being fed for fish. If this is an invert only tank with no "general" feedings, then small portions a few times per month is okay but I would not recommend more than once a week at most.

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At what temp?

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between 80 and 82 degrees
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Old 11-28-2003, 12:08 AM   #15
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Then you should be fine but at the next water change I would still eek that up 1 point.

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He finally came out a little bit. He is slowing moving to where there is alot of light lets hope he moves out a little more. I fed him last night and i think it made him very happy. I don't think the petstore had fed him at all.
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I hav had a rose anemone in my 26-gallon for over 4 months now. When I first added her she hid in the darkest spot for about a day, then was very small for about a week. After three months the split and is happy and healthy still. I agree with increasing the specific gravity a little, slowly. Mine is 1.025. Good luck! :P
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