JEN H Posted February 22, 2009 Share Posted February 22, 2009 My husband and I have two tube anemones in our large tank. We just put two new schooling bannerfish in the tank on Thursday night. We just noticed this evening that one of our tube anemones (the larger one) was out of its tube (or partially out) and on the other side of the tank. My husband went to put it back to the side of the tank where it was from, thinking it would reburry itself. He noticed that the bannerfish were picking at it. I had no idea that they would do this, and now I am concerned that they will do this to our other tube anemone. For the time being, we are going to move it to our smaller tank, but has anyone heard of this happening before? We were under the assumption that a tube anemone would sting any fish. On top of that, these schooling bannerfsih are supposed to be reef safe. I just don't want our other tube anemone to get eaten as well..... I hope our other one will be o.k. He was doing so well, and growing so large....now alot of his long tentacles have been eaten off. Thanks for the help. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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