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Old 05-03-2004, 01:55 PM   #31
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Ok. The lfs said that it is a "rock flower anemone."
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All shrooms should accept food. Mushrooms are often referred to as false corals or coral anemones. Though not true anemones nor corals. RR confirmed my first impression, Shrooms come in a huge variety of color and sizes. That is definately no flower anemone. Got a picture of the "purple tip"?

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Hey thanks for the help...I will post new pics of them today.

It looks more like a flower anem. now than before.

Thanks for helping me out here.
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Old 05-03-2004, 05:11 PM   #34
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It looks more like a flower anem. now than before.
Actually it looks like an Antler anemone... Lebrunia danae if it's the one in your gallery.

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Is this it? Sounds sorta scarry!

"Hazard to Humans. MODERATE TO SEVERE. This species is one of the most venomous of the Atlantic anemones. Contact produces localized burning and itching of the skin followed by redness and swelling. In severe envenomations, fever, chills, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, headaches, and prostration can occur. Divers may be stung inadvertently while reaching into crevices."
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Looks like a rock flower to me to. There pretty hard and adapt to many lighting conditions. Check the outer edges there should be short stubby tentacles. If you see those its a rock flower.
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