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Condy Anemone

Discussion in 'Anemone' started by nancyhoa409, Apr 30, 2009.

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    My husband had put the Condy in the tank and apparently the blower made the anemone shrunk smaller (it use to be big). Will it go back to it's normal size? How do you know when it under stress?
     
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    It will go back to its normal size in a day or so most likely. When anemones are "stressed" they just get up and walk around the tank until they find a spot they are not stressed in. Worst thing a person can do to an anemone though it to keep moving it by hand just to put it in a place you want it to be. Anemones will always move to the place they like best, not necessarily the place you like best. Also, when anemones "digest" they shrink up so small you may think it disappeared because it is behind a rock. That is normal as well.
     
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    ace25: thanks for your help.. but it has been a week or so.... i don't know...should i move him around maybe on the live rock?
     
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    I think what Ace is saying is that it will move on it's on if it so desires :D
     
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    bocomo: oh...lol i knew that...!
     

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