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    Check out what we saw looking in one of the anemone tanks yesterday!
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    That's really cool. I don't know anything about anemone sexual reproduction... any chance these will survive to adult anemone-hood? If so, then all I can say is cha-CHING!

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    Sweet how often does that happen?
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    That is just to freaking cool!!!
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    are those clown eggs..i thought nems just split and didnt do eggs..

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    They can reproduce asexually by splitting or sexually by spawning.

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    Very cool! There are male and female anemones and possible to reproduce sexually. That's awesome to see happening! I read a thread a while back where someone was frustrated with all of the sexual reproduction that their anemones were doing because it was really doing a number on their water quality.

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