This might be our sexiest anemone yet....help

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  1. Katrina71

    Katrina71 Valuable Member R2R Supporter R2R Excellence Award

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    Trade ya a kidney for it.
     
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    Why have no more pictures been posted of this
     
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  3. AcroNem

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    I'd love to see more pics, I agree with the species as well. The colors look so crazy it's hard to believe.
     
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    Careful!!!! OJ is getting out soon, he may may be coming to claim this is his! LOL #ToSoon
     
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    simply incredible. i cant wait to see more pics of it. especially in daylight spectrum
     
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    +1 First thought was Fruity Pebbles as well...
     
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    :eek::eek::eek::eek: I don't even know.... just wow! It's like a beautiful blend of the most luxurious cotton candy known to mankind. Can we get a video shoot of this pretty lady?
     
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    SO that's just crazy!
     
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    Ugh
     
  10. AcroNem

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    That might be what we say when we see it under 14,000k. IF, we see it under anything other than actinics. We haven't seen more pics so I'm not sure it really exists (;
     
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  11. UltraRainbowCorals.com

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    Very sad day at Ultra Rainbow Corals.....:eek::(:confused:;Bored
    Above you see the most amazing anemone we have EVER EVER seen....At this point we are not sure it's going to make it. But here you go, it does exist! ;) This video is shot in 100% whites, you can see the atinics on the sides of the tank.
     
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    absolutely ridiculous. hope it makes it
     
  13. revhtree

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    Dang it man that stinks!! :( it really is a one of a kind.
     
  14. AcroNem

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    Much respect for cranking your whites up and showing us, the colors are there indeed. My condolences as well, that's a special anemone and it looks like it's on its way out.
     
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    Man, that one was special. Beautiful. Maybe it will surprise you and perk up.
     
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    O no!!!!! I can offer you about tree fitty for it.
     
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    Maybe the lights are too intense for it? From the looks of it compared to the first pic, the nem moved off the rocks to the bottom of the tank.
     
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  18. UltraRainbowCorals.com

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    It was always at the bottom of the tank.
     
  19. Reefiness

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    O. From the first pic I saw it looked like the foot was attached to the rockwork
     
  20. Vaughn17

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    Sorry URCs, but don't give up! From what I read it's a difficult to keep species of anemone. Try to ascertain the habitat features where it was collected. Perhaps it needs more flow or a cooler temperature?
     
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