Is my tank getting too small?

Discussion in 'Anemone's' started by saaid, 9 Nov 2011.

  1. saaid

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    I had to share this pic,probably the most interesting I have ever taken of my tank. He seems to be getting rather big,will swop him then.
     
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    show more of the tank, do not be stingy
     
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    on the topic of anemones getting large i was browsing RC yesterday and saw a guy with a stoi of 1.2m in diameter..

    but on your topic i agree with seank we need to see more of the tank to be able to make an accurate assessment :tt2:
     
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    OOOOOOOH..tagging along for the pic's...:biggrin:
     
  6. saaid

    saaid Thread Starter

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    :blush: fine,just one more,the most recent one...oh and constructive criticism only ;)

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    The anemone sits in the left back side,can see a few of his tentacles over there. I have removed the sand anemone since and put him another tank,they look so cute and small now :)

    My pink tree and orange carnation seem to be branching a lot too?
     
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    And the reason for hiding this gemn????????? Come out with it....lol
    Looks like a 4ft tank, where's the nemmie at??
     
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    Ohh, my bad, can see the nennie on the far left... looks big enough for me (the tank)
     
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    Or rather name this thread, "I want a bigger tank for my nennie".

    I don't think it is getting to big, if I may suggest you move the plating monti's down low, they going to grow and shade everything below them.

    Apparat from that tank is looking great.
     
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    Wow stunner of a tank...and yes i agree with SeabASS...LOL
     
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    saaid Thread Starter

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    I placed them there,they have different growth patterns. Two on the left are flat and start to curl upward,the top one is already a bowl like shape with the edges now splitting and curling up aswell.
     
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