Bubble Tip Anemone

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Last Edit: Sep 4, 2020 11:14:13 pm by DUSTYBOY272

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Reply #1

Looks a bit like
ENTACMAEA to me mate
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Reply #2

Come in a range of different colours, clowns love them ,
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Reply #3

Well if you want to use their higher classification name old sport then you are spot on BTA to us common folk


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Glad to see they are doing well. Splitting like mad?


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Well if you want to use their higher classification name old sport then you are spot on BTA to us common folk


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Old sport , old sport , you cheeky bugger you ,
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Reply #6

Ah it's so good to be back ,
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Reply #7

Sold 2 that were on the glass.... no idea how I would get the other two off the rocks to sell? Best method without damaging the foot?


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Reply #8

Try ice cube (preferably RO ice cube just in case of mishaps!) in a bag and gently rub it around the base of the foot

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Reply #9

You can also point a wavemaker at it as they tend to move then. Or try to gently pry the foot off with a blunt object. Take care not to damage the foot and if it is wedged in a crevice (like they like to do), it may not work or take a really long time


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