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Flower/Rock Anemone Showoff Thread


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    Wy Renegade - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Flower/Rock Anemone Showoff Thread

    I've done a little research on these, and read that they come in a large diversity of colors. I did a search and didn't find anything similar, so this is thread to show off pictures of your Flower or Rock Anemones so we can see all the different color varieties, so post em up.

    Here are my three.

    Green-n-white (not the best picture);
    GreennWhiteRockNem02Nov2010 - Flower/Rock Anemone Showoff Thread

    Pink;
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    and White;
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    I collect PEs, and I'm always looking to trade for ones I don't have yet.

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    Oooo...I need a pink one! Wonder if these can be fragged like other anenomes?

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    Wy Renegade - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    I don't know, but I've read that they do reproduce. If they ever do I'll be happy to trade a pink for one of your red ones - just not soon, I don't have room for any more till I get my 30 breeder set up.
    I collect PEs, and I'm always looking to trade for ones I don't have yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsflies View Post
    Oooo...I need a pink one! Wonder if these can be fragged like other anenomes?

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    o ya i have cut a ton of them....

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    I'm sad I had to remove her but she just got to big for my lil tank
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    Dang! Now I want one! I heard they don't go "walk-about" in your tank like some of the others do. Is there a secret to where and how to place them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wy Renegade View Post
    I don't know, but I've read that they do reproduce. If they ever do I'll be happy to trade a pink for one of your red ones - just not soon, I don't have room for any more till I get my 30 breeder set up.
    dlberlin had a red one and green one that spawned. She had a ton of babies to trade afterwords.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weasel View Post
    Dang! Now I want one! I heard they don't go "walk-about" in your tank like some of the others do. Is there a secret to where and how to place them?
    My experience is-they walk all over the tank looking for just the right spot-a week later they're off again-and do they ever multiple-pure white when young-color comes about a week or two later. They're born In the crooks an crannies of the LR-so ya don't know ya got one til it shows it's face lol
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    Thanks. Been there, didn't like it. Maybe I'll just admire everyone elses for awhile.

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    I have one with bright green fingers. It does not move but it sure likes to eat peppermint shrimp and hermit crabs.

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