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ihglifelol

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I just bought a whitespot anemone shrimp, i realy wanted it on my mini maxi, but ... it prefers the underside of my kenya tree. tried moving it, goes back to the kenya tree. I have anemone like corals like ricordea and torches but prefers my kenya tree. not just the coral, the shady side, no one notices it until my fire shrimp goes by it. (this is a temporary 5 gallon pico with most of the inverts i decided to keep as i am moving). has anyone had a new shrimp that preferred corals beside anemones

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Christopher Marks

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It nearly disappears against the coral! It's not unusual for shrimp to find a sheltered spot like that on a coral, especially while it is getting acclimated.

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ihglifelol

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at first he was see through, because he was on the maxi carpet for about an hour until moving to the coral turning white. i noticed him eating my lps pellet food and thekenya tree was right above an can and a torch. he randomly climbs down to steal pellets, which all my shrimps do.

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