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this batch not so gd..

mama nemo eat them all liaoz..

cus she rather not hatch them n kanna eat by other fishes..

now they exploring my new 2 ft cube tank...

haiz.... i must say i reali lucky they din go n disturb my corals at nite... :lol:

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me interested also

Humble tank :

Size: 4x2.5x2 ft - Display 

Equipment :

Return 1 : Ecotech marine L1

Return 2 : Ecotech marine M1

CR : Skimz CM122 - Caribsea extra course media with Grotech magnesium

Light : ATI 8x54W

 

 

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brother, you got any old babies for sales?

not at e moment bro...

muz wait for e next hatching...

btw me just change tank giv them some time.. cus they also findin new place to lay eggs in e new tank...

9 mths old...

his bro beside dun seems to morph very well lolx...

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my worse nitemare...

still havin trouble findin a suitable coral for a nemo pair to slp in...

tis was wat i least expected wat renovation they did to their new home...

they bite my hammer one head till bcum half...

till i hav to chop off e head...

faintz.... heng its not a prata....

:cry::cry::cry:

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my worse nitemare...

still havin trouble findin a suitable coral for a nemo pair to slp in...

tis was wat i least expected wat renovation they did to their new home...

they bite my hammer one head till bcum half...

till i hav to chop off e head...

faintz.... heng its not a prata....

:cry::cry::cry:

wow... ur nemos are fierce ah :eyeblur: Maybe can consider a anemone from T95? they sells anemone quite cheap too . great to house ur cute nemos :D

A person, himself can be his own Lawyer, but he can never be his own Judge ........

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:bow:

As for your caution about having a moving anemone... I believe anemone move only when they r not happy with their current location. My experience of anemone is that you have to pay some attention how you position the wavemaker.... After the desired location is selected, ensure it is happy thru' feeding bits of food. Lastly, monitor its behaviour for a while and decide whether the flow is alright for him. For example, if the anemone move to new location, you have to think:

is this location having stronger or weaker flow?

and do the rectification accordingly.

So far, my experience with them has been quite successful in the sense that they hardly move away from the location I have placed them....

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:) Greeting :)

Tank: 4' by 2' by 2' (CR antique)

Sump: 3' include 1' refuigm

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wow such a old post of mine u still reply lolx..

thanks for e creative pic anyway...

like they always say if u comprises with 1 anemone u can 4geting away keeping other stuff...

how about e rest of e expensive corals tht kanna e wave deflected from e glass? lolx..

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