Jump to content

Bleaching Bubble Tip Anemone's & Mandarin Goby - Free or Small Trade


Dena

Recommended Posts

I'm killing my two bubble tip anemone's. I haven't been able to stabilize my tank for the past six months and these two are slowly dying. Oddly, my Sebae and rock anemone's are doing wonderful. I've got a green BT that is now a light florescent green color. This thing use to be enormous!!! I also have what use to be a light pink BT that is now bright white and shrinking.

In addition to them, my female Mandarin in my refugium is REALLY skinny. She's been this way for a while and I buy her brine shrimp weekly and I see her eating, but I don't think there are quite enough pods in my set up for her anymore despite buying a supply a few times already.

Whoever comes to get them is also welcome to take a little rock anenome I snagged while at the coast in July.

I don't need anything for these, just want to see if someone has a more stable set up to save their lives. If you want to give me a zoa frag or something, that would be cool. It's the only thing I can keep alive right now. I would love to have a place for them this weekend.

Thanks,

Dena

Cedar Creek, TX (11 miles past the airport towards Bastrop on HWY 71E)

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Dena,

I would love to help you out by trying to save these guys lives. Send me a PM with your address and or phone number and I will stop by this evening at about 6 if that works for you?

George

I'm killing my two bubble tip anemone's. I haven't been able to stabilize my tank for the past six months and these two are slowly dying. Oddly, my Sebae and rock anemone's are doing wonderful. I've got a green BT that is now a light florescent green color. This thing use to be enormous!!! I also have what use to be a light pink BT that is now bright white and shrinking.

In addition to them, my female Mandarin in my refugium is REALLY skinny. She's been this way for a while and I buy her brine shrimp weekly and I see her eating, but I don't think there are quite enough pods in my set up for her anymore despite buying a supply a few times already.

Whoever comes to get them is also welcome to take a little rock anenome I snagged while at the coast in July.

I don't need anything for these, just want to see if someone has a more stable set up to save their lives. If you want to give me a zoa frag or something, that would be cool. It's the only thing I can keep alive right now. I would love to have a place for them this weekend.

Thanks,

Dena

Cedar Creek, TX (11 miles past the airport towards Bastrop on HWY 71E)

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

×
×
  • Create New...