- - Anemones
|dave12678 ||02-22-2007 06:41 PM |
I know I have seen a lot of post about them lately. I noticed a post about someones bubble Anemone splitting. 2 days ago I noticed something different in my tank. The next day it was gone. He popped back out today on a rock and was extended. I had 2 Anemones die on me one from when I moved the tank and another one I bought from the fish store. My question is how the hell did the little guy get there lol? And I can't keep the ones I had before but my tank is able to keep the baby one? I will try to get a pic of him later tonight. Hes not a bubble but the long tentacle kind.
|usmc121581 ||02-22-2007 06:57 PM |
I would like to see a pic first.
|dave12678 ||02-26-2007 09:31 AM |
I found him again. The little guy keeps moving, its gonna be hard to get a good pic of him because he so small but I will have something for ya.
|usmc121581 ||02-26-2007 09:52 AM |
Is it brown or of a glass color. If so its a nusiannce anemone.
|dave12678 ||02-26-2007 05:13 PM |
Its green with the tenticals. He moves around alot. I though he was some sort of coral. He did extend and I saw his mouth when he was extended. Should I get him out of there? Let me try to get a pic now I know he moved from the spot I tried to take a pic before.
|musho3210 ||02-26-2007 05:23 PM |
dont try to physically take a pest anemone out, if you rip off the top it will just grow back and probably spilt which means you will have more to deal with. Look at different methods
|usmc121581 ||02-26-2007 05:38 PM |
Now I dont think it is a pest one. But whenever you can get a pic please do. It will help in identifing it.
|caferacermike ||02-26-2007 10:51 PM |
I'm thinking Majano. You all know how much I like betting majano. Search Yahoo pics or other threads for pics. I like they way they look since they look like baby BTA's but the pack a powerful sting and can burn corals. I keep a few in my tank in one corner as I like the way they look but I have to be ever vigilant that they don't move around.
|Melissa ||02-27-2007 05:41 AM |
omg, thats the smallest little thing. i didnt even notice it at first.
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