RBT Taking over my reef

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Hello all. I need some help with some anemone's that have started to take over my reef. I had the incredible opportunity to inherit racinjason's 720 gallon reef two years ago when he moved to Texas. The reef has been happy and healthy but recently, the anemone's have started reproducing and have started moving all over the tank. The live rock is unfortunately large enough that it can't easily be moved. If anybody is near South Corona and thinks they can "encourage" the nem's to move, you are welcome to a few. I've probably got about 10 that I'd like to see re-homed. They are healthy and between 4 to 6 inches each. They are unfortunately antagonizing a leather coral to the point I'm afraid I may lose him. If anyone has any advice on how I can get them off the rock, I'd appreciate it and the offer stands if you want to come by, PM me and we can setup timing.
Thanks!

-Jesse
 

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Hello all. I need some help with some anemone's that have started to take over my reef. I had the incredible opportunity to inherit racinjason's 720 gallon reef two years ago when he moved to Texas. The reef has been happy and healthy but recently, the anemone's have started reproducing and have started moving all over the tank. The live rock is unfortunately large enough that it can't easily be moved. If anybody is near South Corona and thinks they can "encourage" the nem's to move, you are welcome to a few. I've probably got about 10 that I'd like to see re-homed. They are healthy and between 4 to 6 inches each. They are unfortunately antagonizing a leather coral to the point I'm afraid I may lose him. If anyone has any advice on how I can get them off the rock, I'd appreciate it and the offer stands if you want to come by, PM me and we can setup timing.
Thanks!

-Jesse
that’s awesome of you to offer them to other people, good reef karma for you.
 
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I can help you with this but it will require a little bit of moving the rocks. I'm close by too. Are you giving them away for free or for a price?

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Hello all. I need some help with some anemone's that have started to take over my reef. I had the incredible opportunity to inherit racinjason's 720 gallon reef two years ago when he moved to Texas. The reef has been happy and healthy but recently, the anemone's have started reproducing and have started moving all over the tank. The live rock is unfortunately large enough that it can't easily be moved. If anybody is near South Corona and thinks they can "encourage" the nem's to move, you are welcome to a few. I've probably got about 10 that I'd like to see re-homed. They are healthy and between 4 to 6 inches each. They are unfortunately antagonizing a leather coral to the point I'm afraid I may lose him. If anyone has any advice on how I can get them off the rock, I'd appreciate it and the offer stands if you want to come by, PM me and we can setup timing.
Thanks!

-Jesse
Good luck currently in the same boat
 
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