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How to remove a nem from LR

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  1. #1
    bluwc - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Mar 2011
    Clio, MI

    Default How to remove a nem from LR

    So what would be an easy way to remove a nem from a rock.

    I heard the credit card or finger nails but it's in some little crevices in the rock and not sure I can without damaging the foot. I have also heard hang it upside, point a powerhead at it, but there is 2 attached to the same rock and I don't want the other one to move too.

    I heard use an ice cube around it's foot to get it to detach, anyone actually try this or have a simple way?

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    CR Member
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    Dec 2009
    mt morris MI


    yes the ice cube works it may take 5- 10 minutes

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    The.Maxi.Man - Reefkeeper CR Member
    Join Date
    May 2011
    Orange County, CA


    What kind of anemone?

    How big of a foot?

    How small is the crevice?

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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    U.P. of Michigan.
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    Make it uncomfortable where it's at-of course do so without harming it. Like to high of flow or shading it so it moves for better light.

    I'm wondering how deep the hole/crevice is. Will it recede deeper into it if physically irritated?

    Just my own ideas here
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