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Old 03-25-2011, 12:52 AM   #1
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Ritteri splitting into not two, but 3. maybe 4. Plz help

I got this guy a week ago. I have a 75g tank with 75+ pounds of rock and also 75+ of sand, both live. I currently have a mated pair of false percs, a flame angel, and a engineer goby. Within the first hours I got the anemone my clowns moved in and haven't left it sence. Pretty nice colors too. My perimeters are listed below.
Nitrite:0
nitrate:0
Alkalinity:180-300
Ph:8.4

I have two t5 HO 54W bulbs, 10,000k each, and 4 T8 32W 6,500k. I will be getting more better lights when I get paid again. But anyway should I do a water change after there done?
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Old 03-25-2011, 01:12 AM   #2
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a Ritteri anemone that is splitting into multiple parts

Hey can some of y'all check out my thread? I have a Ritteri anemone that is splitting into multiple parts. And need help. Ps, sorry for your loss I know how it feels
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Also no phosphates. Should I cut the rest?
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Moved to it`s own thread. Also merged both threads together.
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Can you take any pics of this? It's pretty common for bubble tip anemones to split, but I don't think it's very common for a Ritteri.
How long has your tank been running?
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I can't at this moment, but been up for 4 years. I think it might be from stress. But it split off I guess this morning. Color is still really nice

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My mag anem splitting

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Could be lighting (not enough). They will do that when stressed/dying.
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Well I just got it that day, it's all better now, it's at the top till I get more lights

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Oops, yeah. The nem is fine

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