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Old 09/06/2020, 11:59 AM   #1
Omri
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New Carpet Anemones!

Just purchased a blue gigantea and purple haddoni (I think - unless itís a gigantea and I canít tell cause itís closed and acclimating.) I donít have a qt or hospital tank. What measure can I take to ensure a smooth transition into my tank. These have literally arrived from Cebu yesterday so I think it will take some time for them to adjust and acclimate. What signs should I look for of problems?


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Old 09/12/2020, 09:01 AM   #2
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How are they doing now? Common signs is deflating, mouth inverted out or gaping and dissolving/melting. Then they need to be in quarantine for treatment. Should be treated separately. But full daily water changes in quarantine also go along way.


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Old 10/24/2020, 08:18 PM   #3
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Any pictures ?


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