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Emmajane Emmajane
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  • Posted on: 26/6/2008 21:57
Re: GOOD INFO ON ANENOMES #11
Great advise - i have a bubble anenome but wasn't told anything about feeding it so i never have- have had it 3 months should i be feeding it, if yes what and how
motoxazz motoxazz
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Re: GOOD INFO ON ANENOMES #12
i give mine prawns 2 or 3 times a week just put it by its tentacles or my maroon clown will give it some
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Re: GOOD INFO ON ANENOMES #13
Really usefull article, one of the best I think.
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Re: GOOD INFO ON ANENOMES #14
Hi guys first post so be kind, that is a very usefull and interesting article.I have a bubble tip anenome and when i first put it in the tank it "moved" to the back of the tank behind the rocks at the bottom.I moved it as it was not getting any light and i could not feed it,it stayed at the front of the tank with its foot underneath some l/r at the botom and seemed quite happy for about a week.Now it has moved and is between to pices of l/r wih only its tips showing.Is it ok?any tips/hints would be very greatfull
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Re: GOOD INFO ON ANENOMES #15
Hi flameangel.
I know this has nothing to do with anenomes but i read your article and found it very interesting. I havent really got much experience with keeping fish, only goldfish when i was a kid, but ive always wanted a marine setup. Do you think it would be a good idea to just do it or should i wait until ive got a bit more experience and go for tropical instead?
t1gerbee t1gerbee
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Re: GOOD INFO ON ANENOMES #16
another great place to learn about BTA anemones (the easiest of a really difficult set of inverts to keep)

is here:


http://www.karensroseanemones.net/


Read every section and decide if your tank can match this amazing creatures needs. If not, leave it in the shop. :)
'I wish you my dear reefers clear water, fast coral growth and great pleasure in this wonderful hobby.'