A natural split of the anemone is literally when a rose bubble tip anemone pulls its body in two different directions and rips itself in half.* For years now there has been debate on what makes this happen and why it happens.* Is it because the anemone is healthy and feels it’s a good time to propagate or is it that the anemone is stressed and this is a defense mechanism hoping that two have a better chance to survive that one?* I have had anemones split like this with no rhyme or reason.** The safest thing I have read that an aquarist can try to force a natural split is doing a large water change.* I have read several people comment their anemone has split right after this. Since a water change is a good thing anyways then why not give it a shot if having your anemone split naturally is your goal.
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I have been having issues with dinoflagelets and decided to make my own ro
and salt water for my system. I found my lfs
to have a small amounts of tds
in there ro
. Last night was my first water change with my New ro
system and this morning I had 2 nems. I'm bummed the one that died I had for a long time. I still haven changed the water yet I'm making a batch right now 10 gal
is all I can make so that's all I can do. Do you guys thing I should let my salt mix overnight or try to get this water change done immediately?
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