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Old 02-08-2014, 02:31 AM   #11
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I just dropped the Flaming BTA in the tank and its BEAUTIFUL. I can not believe how big it is. The BTA is now the CENTER piece of my tank.

Definitely worth the 200 plus Kilometer round trip
Thanks for coming out, and I really hope it does well for you. I forgot to mention, I fed once or twice a week one of the following: silversides (half of one each), a pinch of sinking pellets, or half a frozen brine shrimp cube. They seem to do well on that diet and as you could see, they split regularly, so maybe you can get some split to sell out that way to save the next guy the long trip.

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I just dropped the Flaming BTA in the tank and its BEAUTIFUL. I can not believe how big it is. The BTA is now the CENTER piece of my tank.

Definitely worth the 200 plus Kilometer round trip
Rose buble tip or flame buble tip anemone?
In pictures look like rose buble tip anemone.
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Gorgeous colors Flaming BTA.
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hey dude what's the light in your tank? I see that they are sitting way high on the rocks.
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Rose buble tip or flame buble tip anemone?
In pictures look like rose buble tip anemone.
Not really sure, they used to have yellow tips under halides, then I switched to T5 which made the yellow go away, and now some have yellow tips again under LED's, so not sure what the deal is, but they were all splits of a single one I bought as a flame.
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hey dude what's the light in your tank? I see that they are sitting way high on the rocks.
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i would agree these look most definetely like Flames. I would do the trip if I could guarantee they wont look exactly like mine under my T5's...

Videosilva, do you think their color is different than my BTA's? it would be a great addition to my store, lol
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Rose Bubble Tip it is. See the pictures and you judge.
Hey, just wanted to see how the anemone is doing? Also, did the xenia stick to anything yet for you?
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just curious, how the heck do u get it off the rock?
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just curious, how the heck do u get it off the rock?
Very carefully. I use a few tools to get them off without tearing them, but if they do tear a bit, they will heal. First I take some ice cubes and put them in a glass of tank water to cool it down, then I use a turkey baster to blast cold water at an edge of the foot. After a few times doing that, usually the edge will firm up allowing you to gently lift it off of the rock a bit at a time. I use one hand to peel it off, the other blasting water at it. Don't worry if you run out of cold water, that was just to make it tense up, after it starts tensing up, just good flow from baster will keep make it continue to free up. NEVER pull and anemone off, you must be gentle and patient. I myself sell the rock with the anemone if I have to rather than hurting it. Good Luck!
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