I purchased a white anenome some time back (it had a purple stem) and it changed to brown with time. All is good with this one.
I then purchased another white anenome, white stem, and it has been okay, but over the past fortnight it has been seeming to stay closed a lot and looking a little limp.
Is it true that a white anenome means it is on deaths doorstep? What can I do to help fix this? My levels are as follows:
Amonia: 0, Nitrite: 0, Nitrate: 0, pH: 8.3, KH
: 190, CA
: 400, Phosphates: 0.25, Salinity: 1.025-1.030, Temp: 28C.
These are fairly constant. I keep the KH
within the "ideal" ranges as so quoted everywhere I go.
If it IS in fact going to die, I'd rather know so I can get it out of the tank now before it nukes the rest of my tank.