I just picked up a Red Sea Nano that I’m setting up after Thanksgiving in the garage - got the Rubbermaid with live rock already going in the garage for the past 4 months. If all hell breaks loose it could go in the Fluval Evo I picked up on here earlier this week as a temporary shelter. But I’ll trust your guys judgement - I was a long time freshwater guy on the east coast with everything from apistogramma to a black arowana - as saltwater is a new 1.5-2 year adventure.@wazzupmac do you have a backup plan in the case that the GBTA and RBTA cannot be house together?
I only ask so that you won’t be in the same position I am.
I’m currently keeping the GBTA inside a separate container inside the nem box so the RBTA and GBTA don’t touch. I also have a 29g biocube so space is extremely limited.
Maybe a large enough tank so they’ll be in separate corners or an isolation box with just one of the nems.
I run carbon all the time. Probably need a refresh and increase the amount. I’ll give that a try.Most likely due to chemical warfare. Very difficult to keep rose or rainbow anemones with green anemones for a prolonged period even though they are all from the E. quadricolor species. Try running carbon for a bit to suck out the chemicals, that might help your RBTAs recover.
I think your other nems have found a favorable spot and the GBTA is trying to get in on the action. I mean seriously, it's a good spot in terms of lighting and flow and it's just where the anemone wants to be, like the others.I’m not sure either. I tried separating the GBTA in its own cup inside the nem box but it insisted on crawling out and mingling with the others.
Have been reading conflicting information all over. Guess it’s hit or miss
Damn I should have picked up one at the swap... there were enough of them. Like the purple tips they have. Your roses are nothing to sneeze at either, quite a deep red color