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Old 10-14-2009, 11:48 AM   #1
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dead anemone

this morning when i woke up and turned the lights on my aquarium on i saw that mykamikaze anemone died he gut stucked in the power head and the power head still works but im sad that it died
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Old 10-14-2009, 11:57 AM   #2
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Anenomes in tanks without sponges over the powerhead intakes...

Just a matter of time. Sorry for your loss.
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yeah the thing i didnt find any sponges for my hydror koralia 3 but i hope that i can find something to put on them so the other anemone wont get sucked up
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Old 10-14-2009, 01:05 PM   #4
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yeah, thats the hard part of keeping anemones with powerheads. you have to take precautions to prevent stuff like this.

thats too bad. anemones are one of the coolest inverts out there.
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Old 10-14-2009, 01:23 PM   #5
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i know the only thing my clown fish doesnt like to hang out on the anemone thats left they are condy i believe well the one thats left the other one was condy too
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Clowns don't host Condys in nature. There is no guarantee that they will host anything...clowns will be clowns. You could try women's hose on the "intake" part.
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oh ok cool i just taught that clowns needed one to survive
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Nope, I have 2 clowns in my tank with no nem.
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oh cool which kind do u have
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but if you want to ry to host your clown if its the common one the percula or false percula try a sebae anenome mine hosted that one but it also died on me after a few months not good at keeping anenomes myself
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