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Sick of Anenome Anxiety


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    I just have to vent: I am sick of my RBTA moving all over the place and getting himself caught in the return of powerheads. I feel like every day I'm coming home from work and checking to see if it's still alive!

    Anybody else have these same frustrations?

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    I learned my lesson years ago! No more nems, unless its a tank specifically for one!

    I know the frustration.

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    rosebud161616 - Reefkeeper
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    We have a rock pillar surrounded by sand that we keep our BTAs on. Nothing but anemones go on that pillar. They're not fans of crawling across the sand. They stay put and no worrying!

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    I tell ya, I am thinking about a solo tank!!!

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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    How often are you feeding it? Mine tend to start moving if I slack on the feeding.

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