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Non-bleached blue/red tip sebae anemone

Discussion in 'Marine Invertebrates' started by Duckie, Oct 30, 2015.

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    I picked up a sebae anemone from my LFS that I had ordered. This time I asked for him to pick up one of the darkest he could find. The last sebae that is now in the other tank unfortunately was snow white except for the blue tips. Did some research and turns out most sebaes come in pretty badly bleached. Was wondering if I got really lucky on the new one? Until I put it in the tank I didn't even notice the blue tips (or reddish depending on angle of light). I take that as a nice surprise, but I am actually thrilled that it looks really healthy with only the very end of the tips slightly bleached.

    New one shown here with clarkiis (sorry cell pic): 2015-10-30 18.18.06.jpg

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