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Old 10-26-2016, 9:04 AM   #1
outdrsyguy1 outdrsyguy1 is offline
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LTA Experiment

Time for some trial and error! Going to try and get my purple long tipped anemone to stay put in a small 1/2 gallon fish bowl so I can put it in the new tank. It really only stays put when it's got close to 6" of sand bed which I'm not going to do in a 10 foot aquarium hehe.
I plan on gluing rocks around the outside of the jar if this works out.
Bought small 1/2 gallon goldfish bowl at the store.
Dumped huge LTA in it (roughly 8"++ disk when fully open plus tenticles).
Then put sand around it in scoops but it wasn't attached to the bottom so it floated a bit to the top.
Funny how it looks like it fills the bowl here.

Me for the sand.

Now into the tank for it to sort things out a while.

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