Discussion in 'Inverts' started by muskrat, Jun 5, 2011.
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I wouldn't feed it quite yet.
How long has it been since you fed him?
I have a Rose Bubble Tip that swells then will deflate. At times, mine looks a little bleached but she seems to be healthy.
The important thing is he survived your trip and in my opinion looks pretty good.
I tried to feed him a week ago. Prior to that he just spread his tentacles and ate leftover food that the pumps would bring his way plus it looked like the percula was feeding him - he survived this way for two months.
It sounds like he is getting some food but maybe he just doesn't like the food you're offering.
What have you been trying to feed him?
I know of 3 anemones that are refusing Krill right now but love the little frozen squid cubes and brine shrimp. Maybe a little variety would entice him to feed.
mysis shrimp. he's picky as hell
moving him will do nothing but harm, alot of btas are brown naturally. this is no sign of a unhealthy nem. it looks like its doing great and i wouldnt mess around with him at all.
he seems fine. he moved in between two rocks and gets less light now. I guess mine hates too much light.
what is your lighting again? sorry if it was posted and i missed it. but often times nems such as condys btas ltas and others do not like such powerful light and do great under power compacts or t5's but they can be acclimated to pretty much anything.
T5 is the lighting
well guys he didn't make it. I'm completely bummed about this because I feel terrible, it's my fault. he turned himself completely inside out and was the size of a silver dollar at best. now the clown looks lost. is there anything I could put in the tank, later down the road of course, that the clown would host and isn't difficult to keep?
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