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Yes, my rainbows split like no one’s business. my others are slightly slower splitting than the rainbows.Non stress related splitting is generally an indicator of good health.
The current inhabitants include haddoni carpets, h. Magnifica, mini carpets, 5 variety of RBTA, a Sherman,purple sabae, bunch o rock flowers and a borneman.
Haha. Yes that is the plan. I’m having to reaquascape in the next two weeks because I have so many and I’m running out of roomJust means you can trade them in for more colour morphs!!
There is a lot of controversy surrounding this and chemical warfare. I ended up coming on reef 2 reef because the Facebook Groups for saltwater are full of angry know it all people that just want to be rude and nasty. LOL.Is the tank purely just BTAs? Also, when you say fighting, I always thought anemones were like coral in which they’re able to sit next to eachother if they’re the same species (I assume it doesn’t matter about the colour morph, they’re still the same species). Is this not the case?
Thats a awesome problem to have. Get you some coin or some credit at the LFS.The first time I didn't notice. One morning I found one peaking out behind the rock. Now I have three. This time I saw more of it, not the split but the aftermath. That was yesterday, they were all small and shriveled. Part of me was worried what if one doesn’t make it. I had a water change and an ammonia badge ready. Then today, they are about 80% full again. They split in half yesterday? That's crazy.
I am going to have to start sell/trading these, because soon (well in about six months) I will have eight!
Please do. I love seeing pics of other peoples nems.Mine are about grapefruit size and seem to stay about there. Both are offspring from a neighbor that came from the same mother. I got them about 3-4 months apart. the one that just split is the older one and this was its first split. There color is a deeper red with more of an orange center but not as intense as a Chicago fire or sunburst. My LFS has a bunch that are a bit more pinkish.
If I remember I try to take some pics tomorrow