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Discussion in 'Anemones' started by reef dummy, Jan 24, 2016.

  1. reef dummy

    reef dummy Copepod

    So first thing I've learned from a new smaller tank. Turn off all powerheads until you're sure it's settled. Just did a water change and fresh carbon . Going to try to save it. [​IMG]
  2. JodiI

    JodiI Amphipod

  3. timnem70

    timnem70 Amphipod

    That a Nem?
  4. reef dummy

    reef dummy Copepod

    Was a nem, now looks like a little ball of mush with a few tentacles trying to be alive.
  5. Miah2bzy

    Miah2bzy Barracuda M.A.S.C Club Member

    I had three go thru my overflow and into my refuge. Got shredded back into my display. Two survived and came back. Keep it in mid flow and baby it for a few days and you could get lucky.
  6. Irishman

    Irishman Cuttle Fish M.A.S.C Club Member

    Reef central has a good QT/ hospital tank procedure on this type of stuff under the anemone and clown fish section.
  7. Nmertz1

    Nmertz1 Amphipod

    Had my sunburst go thru my mp10. I thought it was a goner but 2 months later it was back. They are tough as hell

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