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Old 02-28-2008, 02:30 PM   #31
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******Update 2/28/0/******

The RBTA is doing very well I have fed it a couple of times and it seems to be happy. The color is getting darker still and it is starting to stretch out more. I'm gonig to have to move the green birdsnest but that is ok.


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Old 02-29-2008, 02:48 PM   #32
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Get that 210 up and running!
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Old 02-29-2008, 03:05 PM   #33
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I have a lot of building before the 210 will be up and running. I plan on getting things started in March.
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Old 03-07-2008, 02:01 PM   #34
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***Update 3/7/08****

The RBTA is doing great the color is getting darker and darker. IT has nearly doubled in size since going into my tank. I'm going to have to move 2 corals to keep them from getting stung. The green birdsnest is the one Im most concerned with so it will be relocated this weekend. I'm going to try and get a good topdown shot of the RBTA and post it.

All in all things are looking very good for the anemone!
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Old 03-08-2008, 01:15 PM   #35
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It's still in that hole and has not come out for more light? As long as it's happy!
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It's not way down in the hole like it was. I think it's staying away from the coral right in front of it. I'm going to move that today so it will have a little more room. Other then that I'm going to leave it alone, until I move it to the new tank. Then I'm going to put it somewhere and hope that it stays. A friend of mine has a neat little trick he does when he puts an anemone somewhere. AS soon as he puts it in the tank he feeds it on the spot. This makes the anemone think it will be fed in that spot so it stays put. It has worked for him with the different anemones he has had so I'm going to give that a try when I put it in the 210.
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Old 03-22-2008, 11:24 PM   #37
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*****UPDATE******3/22/08

Well I took the canopy off the tank today and moved a few things around. Getting some corals out of the way of the RBTA was my main plan. So here is what it looks like now. The image quality isn't the greates I don't have my tripod at the moment.


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Sweet! Lucky for the RBTA that you gave it a great home.
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It is looking a lot better then when I first got it. It was tiny about the size of a silver dollar. I had to move all those corals around because it has grown so much. The color is still not as deep and dark red as most RBTAs but it is getting there. I think in a few months it will be amazing!!!
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How big will the RBTA get? (What does RBTA stand for?)
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