Discussion in 'Inverts' started by FindingBlemo, Oct 25, 2009.
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No, no it does not.
Im so sorry to hear it Blemo. Losing such a lovely creature is always heart breaking.
Did you make sure to take her out immediately and give her a loving burial at sea? As long as you run fresh carbon and do a small water change the rest of your tank should stay strong.
yep, Swagger, I did all of that. Thanks for your compassion.
nice green bta what would be a good watts per gallon for a BTA
Alot of people say that Bubble Tip Anemones do not have a general WPG requirement as each anenome is different and has it's own lighting needs. Mine has recently passed, most likely because of something I didn't realize. What size tank do you have? I would really like this thread to be used to prevent such a careless, ignorant mistake as mine. If you have concerns regarding your tank, or anything just itching at the back of your head, just play it safe and don't get it, you might as well not then grief about it.
Your mistake wasn't careless nor ignorant. We all make mistakes and we all lose livestock. You were just a happy new owner doing what new owners like to do: Keep hoping for the best.
Keep your chin up Blemo ;D
Thanks Swagger! It means alot! I'll never quit, I'll just go get some Zoas, hahaha, but last time they died....
Just acclimate them slowly and make sure the water quality is good.
Zoas, palys, green star polyps and xenia are really good starters.
Keep us posted Blemo!
Thanks so much Swagger! You're a true forum friend!
I'll be sure to keep you posted.
Aw, thank you sweetie!
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