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  1. Private_ryan

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    Hi All

    Just wanted to say thanks for all who gave me advise on getting the algae out of my tank it has finally all cleared up. i got annename (Not Sure how to spell it...lol) and a star fish all is very happy and look to have settled down. i am definately agreeing with slower is better and my tank is stable now (finally) To all who are new to this please get as much advise on this forum these guys really know what they are talking about!!!!:thumbup:i will be uploading pics soon as soon as i can get my camera connecte to my pc.

    Thanks once again to all who helped!!!

    Ryan
     
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    What anemone did you get ?
     
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    how old is your tank again? good to hear the algae is gone now
     
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    not sure its got purple tips though? maybe that helps?
     
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    just over 3 months now
     
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    dude thats far too early to have a anemone IMO, and only as you've just got everythin stable, your tank needs to have been stable for a while
     
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    oh **** (i should have asked first) any sudgestions.
     
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    find a local reefer close by that can offer it a good home
     
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    Fear not, take Sims suggestion, you might be able to have it back ofter a while:)
     
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    any1 live in the kempton park area
     
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    Agree, let someone keep it for you for a couple months or sell it. Anemones are very delicate and should not be added to a tank younger than 9-12 months. Rather find a good home for it, as it might die in your tank. In the mean time you need to feed it 2 - 3 times a week.
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