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My new RBTA

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He's officially a week old, well in my tank he is anyway.
So far no interest from my clowns but I'm sure they'll discover it one day!
Was told to sign up to the forum by a friend, so thought I'd make my first contribution something I really like about my tank!

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Hi, @Kyle Brown

Welcome to ReefBase. :glad:

Lovely rose bubble tip anemone. What clownfish are they?

Good that you've already got friends here.  8D
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Welcome to ReefBase @Kyle Brown

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A pair of ocellaris. I know the RBTA isn't the natural host of the ocellaris in the wild, but there has been a lot of success stories with them being hosted by bubble tips.

Thanks for the welcomes! :lol:

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Reply #4

Hi there, nice bubble ;)
There's a fine line between success and failure like there's a difference between surviving and thriving and we are all striving for a thriving success.

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Reply #5

Nice bubble :)

mine never kept it's bubbles though :( a lot say they don't either and just end up with tenticles

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Thanks a lot! I hope they keep their bubbles! Look pretty cool! When did yours start to deflate on a permanent basis?

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Reply #7

Yeah this how mine looks all the time





And when fed





As you can see not a bubble in sight :(

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Mine's exactly the same as Marty's. Mine was a split from another and was never bubbly.

They never seem to stay bubbly in captivity nobody really knows why.
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Reply #9

Mine was a split.  It had bubbles when I got it, lost them, and now they've started to come back a bit.  It bubbles up in low flow, and when it eats too.

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haha, i have no bubbles in my bubble either :(. yours looks very nice though. i do like the Rose bubbles.

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