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    so i go into the lfs the other day and i see maxi mini carpet nems..... ????????? where did these come from i had fallen on some rough times so i wasnt buying. to make sure i was behaving i was trying no to look. now i feel out of the loop. so what is known?

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    They definitly seem to be a new trend!

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    Yes, they are popping up in alot of places. I think alot or most of them are from vietnam. I read they are easy to care for and so far they have been. I bought a few but have only had them a week. They are VERY sticky to the touch like a reg sized one but I dont think near as dangerous to other stuff. Mine move a little but I put them on a bed of rubble (natural habitat) and they stay there or close to it. I guess if you put them on sand they will go quickly to LR or the tank sides.


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    thats awsome, so there easy.

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    Pretty much


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    i might pick one up but was scared because my rock flower went on a war path across my mushrooms. :X

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    A rock I got with 3 of the maxi's on it has mushrooms on it also and the 2 touch. No probs there so far. Another cool thing is that they are supposed to split readily. These seem to be an awesome creature for our tanks! Considering problems that anemones are known for.
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