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Bayls

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OK, I admit! This one was pure retail therapy!
Pls help me ID this anomone. My book has nothing. It is a light lime green, the tentacles have a very distinct purple dot at the end. It looks very distinctive, so I'm sure the boffins will be able to help in no time.:whistling:
 
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Sebae that looks a bit bleached. Feed it small pieces of shrimp (mysid works well) and it should recover quickly. I have one and mine is a model citizen. Pop him under a bright light, slow to medium current, a rock or to for him/her to hide under and he/she will be at home.
 

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Similar to mine maybe? I have been trying for ages to get an ID for this one.

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Yip same nenny's, both look bleached must be fed regularly to help them recover as they have no supplemental food through photosynthesis at the moment.
 

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