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Old 08-12-2004, 12:21 PM   #11
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Something is going on, you will know if it produces 2 . If it is splitting, it is because of stress (they can and will split to improve chances of survival) either from changing conditions, or negative conditions in the tank. Keep a close eye, splitting happens pretty quickly.
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If it splits it will have to re grow the mouth parts. Both new anemones will be mouthless for a while (they split at the mouth). So no need to feed, but this is where lighting comes in, since they make food with the light. Good luck
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one of mine split and never looked like that went to bed with 2 in the tank woke up and had 3 it was that fast to me the pic does not look like that rose is doing well have you done a water change lately would it be to soon to do another small one?
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I did a partial water change before putting it in the tank and had it acclimating for about 1 hour. It's been 4 days. At first he was moving around the tank away from the light way in the back, then noticed it coming towards the front yesterday. I plan to do another water change tomorrow. About 10%. I'm not sure if it's to soon. Any ideas guys?
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has it eaten anything yet? are there other types of anemonies in the tank? i have read that you can bring them back to health with pristeen water conditions keep us updated at least this post will give you a bump check this site out also
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They look bleached as well. There not as dark as they should be. What wattage and type of light is being used?
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