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Does Condy anemones need light?

Discussion in 'Anemone' started by nancyhoa409, May 14, 2009.

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    Does the anemones have to be expose to light at all times? We normally leave the lights on for 8 hours a day.
     
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    8 hours a day is fine.. nothing likes to be under light 24/7 unless your a bad algae. ;)
     
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    thanks ace............ i just took a pix of my anenome and it's twisted... is it normal?

    condy anenome.jpg
     
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    eww. no, I have never seen that and I don't think that is normal. I really don't know what to say about that, never seen it before. I hope someone else has and can help you out on what to do.
     
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    Anenome twisted!

    I know! It's pretty crazy looking..... and we feed him shrimp twice a week. He does fine. He gets big. Idk.
     

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