Thread: Another Anemone Question
02-01-2011, 01:36 AM #11
I was going to post this last night, but I was tired and went to bed early.
It looks like both anemones are doing really well now. They were slow adjust to “single” life but now they seem to be doing really well. When I fed them last night, they eat the silversides I gave them faster than I’ve ever seen them eat before. The bigger half is stretching out longer than I’ve ever seen him and is starting to get a little darker coloring. The smaller half is getting some more color. I’m going to enjoy watching these guys continue to develop in the tanks.
I'm going to keep both of them until my friend is ready to stock her SW tank. Then I will be giving one of them to her.
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02-01-2011, 02:06 AM #12
Huh... I did not know anemones moved except to pull in their tentacles if threatened. Learning something new everyday. But then, the only anemones I've really seen are in the lfs saltwater tanks, and some of them look like they've been squashed.
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