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Old 09/22/2007, 06:42 PM
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FS 6" Rose $50

I have a 6" rose anemone for sale. Selling cuz it took a walk and I am afraid for my SPS. Local pickup only.
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Old 09/24/2007, 11:39 AM
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That is a good price for an rbta of that size. How long have you had it ?

There must be a lunar event or something because our rbta also just started to go walk-about on us . We jkeep him segregated on a rock out in the sand and so far he hasn't left "his rock"
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Old 09/24/2007, 11:42 AM
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I've heard that if you keep it fed, it will stay put
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Old 09/24/2007, 11:47 AM
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It varies.. just dont change certain variables in your tank like lighting and flow .. they will move..
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Old 09/24/2007, 12:56 PM
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I've heard that if you keep it fed, it will stay put
Like everything we keep, there's always a chance it will wonder about, not matter what you feed it or what you do to your tank. It's always a gamble

BTW, for those that don't know, BTA's do far better on smaller particulate feeds then that of silversides, giant krill, etc. They don't capture such large items in the wild and mainly live on really small things. Oyster Eggs, rotifers, CyclopEeze, Arcti-Pods, etc are far better for the BTA then krill and silversides
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Old 09/24/2007, 06:04 PM
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Too bad we are out of Arcti-pods and none of the LFS near us (Within a 30 min drive) are smart enough to carry Reef Nutrition products
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Old 09/24/2007, 06:33 PM
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Like everything we keep, there's always a chance it will wonder about, not matter what you feed it or what you do to your tank. It's always a gamble

BTW, for those that don't know, BTA's do far better on smaller particulate feeds then that of silversides, giant krill, etc. They don't capture such large items in the wild and mainly live on really small things. Oyster Eggs, rotifers, CyclopEeze, Arcti-Pods, etc are far better for the BTA then krill and silversides
Thats why I havent taken the plunge to add one in my tank because I dont want it to kill my SPS .. They are beautiful though
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Old 09/24/2007, 07:08 PM
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That is a good price for an rbta of that size. How long have you had it ?

Well I originally obtained a large rock with what I thought was 1 large rbta about two years ago. I later realized there was more like three on the rock. For the longest time they all lived together. Then one day one took off. Not long after the other two split off clones. This one for sale is one of the originals.
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Old 09/27/2007, 07:06 PM
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Compare at $149 plus shipping

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Old 09/27/2007, 07:13 PM
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I'll take it, if it's not spoken for already! let me know, although im in Salinas California.
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