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Old 09-05-2013, 09:40 PM   #21
 
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There is a slim chance that it is a baby bartholomea anemone or a curly cue anemone. You can add natural aptasia control and see if they go for it. Basically I would look into some peppermint shrimp before the fish and see if they tear it up or not.By not having fish in the tank the shrimp will be more prone to eradicate any nuisances seeing as they will not have any fish food or poop to eat.
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Old 09-06-2013, 06:25 AM   #22
 
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There is a slim chance that it is a baby bartholomea anemone or a curly cue anemone. You can add natural aptasia control and see if they go for it. Basically I would look into some peppermint shrimp before the fish and see if they tear it up or not.By not having fish in the tank the shrimp will be more prone to eradicate any nuisances seeing as they will not have any fish food or poop to eat.
Thanks for the tip. I have some peppermint shrimp on the way from liveaquaria in a BYO Reef Cleaner Kit. I actually added my first fishes last night! I brought a water smaple into my LFS as a precaution and they said ammonia and nitrites were zero. I got 4 small pajama cardinalfish. They seem to be doing fine. I also took a picture of my larget frogspawn. The gooey part on top is about the size of a golf ball.
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Old 09-06-2013, 10:52 AM   #23
 
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All glued down already too. Its going to look good once it fill in, have you looked at that bad boy under actinic yet? They usually just GLOW!
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Old 09-06-2013, 11:35 AM   #24
 
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All glued down already too. Its going to look good once it fill in, have you looked at that bad boy under actinic yet? They usually just GLOW!
Yes, we have actinic lighting, and they look fantastic. The picture does not do it justice.
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