Originally Posted by mr_X
I'm asking because if you had a water quality issue, you would probably see it with the anemone. Splitting is a sign of stress, so take that into consideration. It's generally not a good sign. That it's retained color and is getting larger is a good sign though. Maybe the initial change from the store to your tank created the stress.
I have read that there is really no evidence that the water quality is bad when a nem splits, there is a lot of different opinions on that but no hard factual proof. Some say its good some say it's bad. When I started doing my own w/c making my own t
was 0ppm and I was using red sea pro salts, my Ben split into 3 and about two weeks later I noticed all my corals taking off and starting to do much better so I'm confused about this to be honest.
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