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Blue Anemone

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    Default Blue Anemone

    Has anyone ever seen a blue BTA? Can't find anything online and this guy is getting bluer everyday.

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    buk - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    port clinton, oh
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    oh man i'm a nem nut lmao. i gotta see a pic of this sucker

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    thepanfish - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Jul 2011
    SE Michigan


    Yeah pass along the pics. What lighting are you using?

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    250 watt halides, which we upgraded too 6 months ago. I'll post pics tomorrow first thing. Got to prep dinner, but yeah it is a weird color

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    So in the 3 years that theses BTA's have been w/ us they have always been bleached out...it has only been recently they have shown any color
    003 12 zps76873d13 - Blue Anemone
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    Farmington Hills Michigan
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    Default Blue Anemone

    Might be bleached. Looks like it to me. If not that is unbelievably cool!!

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