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Old 02-07-2019, 02:41 PM   #1
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Sebae shrunk

I got my sebae about a month ago. It found a spot within 48 hours. Three days ago it moved s few time before settling in a spot and shriveling up to nothing. I havenít moved or touched it because thatís what I was told.
How do I know if itís dyimg or going through something? When do I know to remove it so that it doesnít damage my tank.

Type & how long you have had it:
2. Current lighting & Bulb Age:
3. Nitrate:10
4. Calcium:í
5. Phosphate:.25
6. Alkalinity:8
7. pH:8
8. Salinity:1027
9. Temperature:78
10. Liquid or strip test kits:liquid
11. Location in tank:see pic
12. Current amount of flow:moderate
13. Current tank dosing regimen:bond
14. Nearby coral:none
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Old 02-07-2019, 10:51 PM   #2
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Well that is one angry anemone. Sebae are a difficult anemone to keep.
Have there been any recent changes?
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No changes. He has since shrivels up even more.
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When it comes to issues, the answer is always dilution. Large water changes with ro/di water. Thatíll get it whatever is upsetting it.
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