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Old 12-03-2009, 12:37 PM   #1
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Normal sebae anenome behavior?

Ok, so I've got a new sebae anenome and I'm wondering if his position is normal or it's having a hard time moving to find it's perfect spot? It's almost like it's got it's butt stuck to the glass. lol I'm just concerned about my strawberry crab. I don't know if he likes being under the anenome or if he's stuck and can't get out without getting stung. Let me know what you think. Thanks!
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That's pretty bleached out. What kind of lights was it under at the place you bought it and what kind of lights do you have? Being it's bleached, it's stressed too, so leave it alone and let it settle where it wants. I wouldn't worry about the crab.
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It's much more yellow than the pictures show. The camera didn't take the best of pictures.
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BTW that`s the anenome`s foot. Seabae`s are the hardest to keep alive. Make sure you are dilligent in PWC`s and keeping Pristine water conditions.
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