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Old 10-20-2004, 10:45 PM   #1
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Sebae getting some color

I have had my sabae anemone for about three months now and when I got it it was bright white. Now it is starting to get a little bit of a brown tinge to it. If I remember correctly from what I have read this is a good thing right?TIA Man these things are cool
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Old 10-20-2004, 11:48 PM   #2
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I do not have experience with that type of anenome but it sounds like it was bleeched when you got it. should be different shades of tan or light brown. Guess you are doing something right, keep it up...Lando
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I have read about white sebaes. Mine looked like one when I first got it but now it is as you said different shades of brown and tan. cool
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Sounds like a healty animal. What size tank? What type of lighting?
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5 watts/gal. should be enough lighting. Post a pic when you get a chance.
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My sebae anemone was white when purchased 6 mo ago and is now a nice light to medium brown. It has also grown from 3" at purchase to over 8" now. Great critter.
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How do you post pictures? I thought I read somewhere that sabaes were hard to keep healthy hmm mine seems to be doing well
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