Bta made a split

Discussion in 'Anemone's' started by frankie fish, 24 Apr 2012.

  1. frankie fish

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    So my one bta decided to split,dont know why,coz water prams are stable,but it looks good,nice coloration,and its feeding already. Here's sum pics(cellphone,sorry)


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    How long has the nennie been in your tank? They sometimes split when stressed or the water parameters take a dive. However it may not only be because of that. Occasionally they self-frag as a method of continued survival(a piece of it will survive at least-type of scenario). The clone seems to be much smaller than the parent so I would say based on the pics etc its just a self-frag. Congrats:thumbup:

    BTW how far apart are those two pics timewise? With the position being different, does it mean its going walkies?
     
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    Nice one, congrats.
     
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    Thanx,regarding the 2 pics,they are differnt nennies,forgot to mention. The first pic is the bta that made a split,and the second is the biggest,opens about the size of a large dinner plate,and the other is just a bit smaller(before the split). The nennies also stay put,they do not walk about ect.
     
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    It can. You just drop it on a tile floor
     
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    haha i've done this:blush: dropped a pink birds nest colony i'd just bought:whistling:
     
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