Please help to save this anemone

daniellegui1206

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Hi folks,

I rainbow rose bubble tip anemone deattached from the rock yesterday. Currently, she is isolated in the fish breeding box inside the main tank. Attached are the pictures to show her current situation and the parameters in the past 7 days. The nitrate level is around 15-20 (it is not included in the pic). I have skimmer, bioreactor, and dosing system on this tank. Some folks recommended me to try antibiotics treatment ~ is this something I should give a shot? Appreciate if you can give me some advices.

thanks.
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It looks fine to me if it just detached. Just monitor towards mid day when your lights have been on for a while. The tentacles should come out more. If the mouth is gaping very wide and large, then post a pic.
 

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Tank is pretty young to be trying an anemone. Keep parameters stable and let the anemone do its thing. Any moving it around will just increase the stress.
 
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