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- Apr 20, 2010
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I've noticed anemone saturation changing drastically based on water parameters. My Rainbows were darker in coloration before. But now they seem to fluoresce more... I could see the coloration getting better (or worse) in time in my tank just like most corals. Anyway, not the answer I was hoping for (not a true CSB), but I still think it's one heck of a nice nem, and unique.Where did you get that chicago? On the Lines of the gold anemone, if the other anemones in the background are just normal RBTAs then you can tell that the gold anemone isn't that saturated with color. But my opinion means nothing unless you choose to take it.
The Chicago I got locally from a guy who's been breeding them for awhile (Larry Smith, who I've seen sell on here some). Same with my Black Widow. The Chicago had very little color when I got it, but it's starting to really color up now. Has a ways to go. He said they go through a lot of color phases.
Thanks. If it's a rainbow, it's nothing like the others I've seen though. Cheers,From what I've seen and learned, if it has purple tips, its just a rainbow. Still a nice nem tho, no doubt about that.