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About bencollinz

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  1. need GBTA advice/help

    So, this thing is still alive and kicking. It's still solidly attached to the rocks. It moved to a different location again. It still doesn't have tentacles inflated, however. How do I feed it? What should I try?
  2. need GBTA advice/help

    I thought that was just from it moving down the rock. Thank you for replying.
  3. need GBTA advice/help

    Lights on
  4. need GBTA advice/help

    Like in the picture from "now", it never inflates them. Just its body.
  5. need GBTA advice/help

    How would I determine that? It's FIRMLY on the rock. It'll still inflate HUGE (lights out) but no tentacles and won't eat.
  6. need GBTA advice/help

    First in tank Now Tank is 5 years old
  7. need GBTA advice/help

    I have a GBTA, when fully inflated probably 6 or 7 inches (guessing), that I've had in my tank for a month. I acclimated it, put in the corner of my 55 and placed a spare piece of rock overhead to block the light. It came out on it's own after 4 days, attached to some rock and has been there ever since, in a well lit, with great flow area. I fed it mysis after a week of being in the tank, ate it all, loved it, doing great. I fed it mysis after another week, ate it all loved it, doing great. My clowns take notice to it. Third week, refuses to eat. Fourth week, refuses to eat. Nitrates <1ppm red sea Phosphate 0.00 Hanna Alk 11 Hanna and red sea Ca 400 red sea Mg 1200 red sea I dose vodka. The anemone is still firmly attached to the rock in the place it initially planted it's foot. It won't eat, the tentacles aren't sticky. I've tried placing pellets on the tentacles hoping it'd grab and nothing. I've had BTAs die in the past and it looks like this is the direction it's going. It hasn't exploded it's guts yet but it does look like it's melting? What can I do save it? Thank you, Ben
  8. Aquarium controller

    man, well it's either cerebra or an apex classic off ebay
  9. Aquarium controller

    doesn't look like cerebra supports ecotech products
  10. Aquarium controller

    what other forums can be trusted for used apex for sale?
  11. Aquarium controller

    where? it's all preorder
  12. Aquarium controller

    yea, if and when
  13. Aquarium controller

    I don't need talking into keeping the RA, I need to know which controller to move forward with based on the following criteria: ATO/Water level - multiple RF/Vortech PWM/Dimming Wifi/LAN Don't need the following but would be helpful: PH Salinity Phone app - android Prefer personal experiences. Thank you Ben
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