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Light blue jellyfish
Hi! Does anybody know how to keep the light blue jellyfish?
Answer from: hollyhocks99
A rose seabed - need to plant a new one - planted right next to a heap of stones... you only need one, if it doesn't stay after the seabed matures, move it a little or to a lower level - mine needed to be touching two squares of the heap of stones and on the second to lowest seafloor level..
Answer from: Frustratedone
Where in your reef is it hollyhocks99? Everything is touching and I can't see it!
Answer from: Mississippi2
Or put different kind of rocks around the sea rosebed; and because it didn't work out with first only à sea rosé bed I put à blue seabed asswell....
Answer from: parrotpal
Had 1 rose seabed surrounded by 5 heaps of stones & nothing happened. I added 1 boulder & the blue jellyfish came & stayed.
Answer from: Flumperboy
I grew a rose bed, bought a boulder and heap of stones, all next to each other and it stayed, this helped me, not sure which worked but the three items were worth it.
Answer from: amnemo1128
Position is key. One rose seabed surrounded by 2 heap of stones & one boulder. Must be new & at the lowest bed on your screen.
Answer from: yiayiaoftwo
Plant rocks and the rose seabed. Worked for me! Good luck
Answer from: Fish
I put one rosebed next to one boulder and one heap of stones on the lowest level
Answer from: pinkfest2010
I just did it! Boulder next to a heap of stones worked for me. I had previously tried the red seabed next to a heap of stones twice and even surrounded them by stones and go no where so I'd suggest trying just boulder and heap of stones.
Answer from: LaraOcean
Dont even bother with the rose seabed, just did heaps of stones, boulder and a rock and it stayed before the seabed had even matured.
Answer from: jche
LaraOcean is right . my seabed is not finished but I added a new boulder to heap of stones and a rock and the jellyfish stayed. - reef7845064
Answer from: mikiko
Grow 1 rose seabed next to grow 2 boulder
Posted on: 05-25-2013
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