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Id this anemone


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    When I purchased this anemone last year it was sold as a green bubble tip, well in this time with me I have never seen any bubbles and Im doubting its a bubble at all.

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    Reptoreef - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Still could be a bubble tip... check under the mouth/disk area for lots of dotted spots or markings. If solid coloring, I'ld say it's a bubble tip, if not and its got markings of patterns(mottled, spotted, etc.) it could be a... damn... can't remember the name... ummm... darnit, somebody chime in here!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reptoreef View Post
    Still could be a bubble tip... check under the mouth/disk area for lots of dotted spots or markings. If solid coloring, I'ld say it's a bubble tip, if not and its got markings of patterns(mottled, spotted, etc.) it could be a... damn... can't remember the name... ummm... darnit, somebody chime in here!!!
    I was able to look under the disc and there are spots or dots if you will, and its a solid color white.

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    Could be a Long Tentacle... mine had a nicely spotted foot.


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    the foot on this one is solid white,no spots at all and the tentacles are an inch or less, and come to think of it I havent seen its mouth in six months or better...

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    Sorry! I must've mis-read your post...:o


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    Reef_Angel - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Well, I don't think it's a Sebae. Sebaes are supposed to be a pinkish flesh color if it's healthy, and have purplish to brown tips. If you buy one that's snowy white with bright purple tips, it's a unhealthy dyed one. It looks pretty, but it will die without proper nutrition. LFS owner's will try to tell you differently though. I'm afraid I'm not much help in identifying yours. My hubby Dakar bought a green one that was labeled a Condilactus (sp?). Maybe that's what it is. I'm not sure if he has any pictures of it, but I'll check with him. ...Angel :angel1:
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