10-26-2006, 02:44 AM
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Depending on your set up, sometimes it works to shift the lights around. When I was working on photographing my condylactus anemones, this was a big help. I shifted the light fixture so that the lights they seemed to seek most were in an optimal position for photographing the anemones. One tank, all I had to do was to turn a light fixture around so that the light it craved was closer to the front of the tank. This works with most of the anemones, bubbles high on the list. I have also found that sometimes shifting a favorite "rock spot" can help, too. Mostly, it seems to be dependent on water flow and light, so adjusting the direction or location of a power head, or adding another small one can help. If you pay attention to where it settles for periods of time, you'll soon figure out what it's seeking, thus you can offer those conditions closer to where you want it to settle in.