Red acid rain quadricolor anemone.

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Red acid rain quadricolor anemone.

Post  liquidg on 8th June 2017, 1:50 pm

These guys are becoming quite common in SEQ and surprisingly easy to keep in the aquarium.
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This is it two days after collection from the ocean settling in to aquarium life nicely.
These anems do not like strong lighting and require the same conditions as any other large polyp coral species.
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A juvenile red acid from this anemone came from either by A sexual or sexual means, not sure which one, it is roughly one month old after appearing as a 5 mil spot, in this pic it is nearly 25 mill across and growing very fast with constant direct feeding.
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Video of red acid rain and standard green bubble tip
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