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Old 07-30-2006, 12:21 AM   #1
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anenome question

I saw a yellow/green anenome with purple tips at my lfs for really cheap! They labeled it as a sebae anenome. I was wondering does anyone know the kind of sebae it is? Also what are the requirements and food for sebae anenomes? I really want to get it but want to do research on it first.

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Here is an informative link.


Sebaes are a more difficult species. I haven't been able to keep any alive at all. When choosing one, the darker the better. Alot of the white ones are bleached out and dying, which I found out the hard way.

The sebae anemone is H. crispa, there are no alternate names. They come in many variations. Sebaes require bright light and will often move to a high spot in your tank. They really don't need to be fed, but an occasional snack won't hurt of course.



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It is recommended that you add those to mature tanks. Usually 6-12 months. Most folks say at least 1 year.
Age is relative, you are only as old as you act....of course, this works in reverse....

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