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Old 10-03-2011, 09:52 PM   #1
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So about a mouth ago I got a clownfish and anemone from my local store. It's been doing great. I got home from work today and seen that the anemone has split into two separate anemones. Is this good or bad?
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From what I have read if it has split, it is happy. Some folks have them for a long time and don't get that event. Congrats on the success so far and I hope your animal continues to thrive.
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If it splits, it mean that it is VERY healthy!!! What size tank do you have, and what lights?
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If it splits, it mean that it is VERY healthy!!! What size tank do you have, and what lights?
I have a 72 gal. I just added two 48" marineland reef capable l.e.d.'s.
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That's so cool. That's a way for them to reproduce. Nice happy nem. Congratulations.
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