Mini anemone x 100

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  1. Moolis Moolman

    Moolis Moolman Pet Stop SA Sponsor

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    Hi this is the next surprise I got.

    The last time I ordered mini anemones I only got a limited amount. So this time I decided to order up to a 100, guess what I got?

    Yes 100 mini anemones!!!!!!!!:thumbup::yeahdude::1:

    And they are all collectors items!;):p

    If you do not believe me......... look here are some of them:lol:
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    As i am posting this, reefers are taking some of them. So please do not book, come in and collect or send a friend but it will be very confusing to book and keep for anyone:(

    Prices R250-00 and they are all so beautiful :p that no discounts will be given, except if you take more than 20.
     
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  3. danimal

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    will you ship moolis? i see your online store is down!
     
  4. Moolis Moolman

    Moolis Moolman Thread Starter Pet Stop SA Sponsor

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    Air Shipping at present is nearly impossible - to busy to drive to airport.

    BUT

    Packing for a courier pickup = no problem.
    Send you courier to us and we will gladly pack and prepare for them to pick up on your behalf.
     
  5. Moolis Moolman

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    Some indevidual pictures

    I did not find even one mini-anemone that are not top quality:whistling:

    They all ROCK!!!!!:yeahdude:

    Look are some random pictures
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    :drool5::drool5::drool5:.....why am I living in Durban..:dft004:
     
  7. Fredo

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    Just bought that pink and green 1, sorry belindamotion
    When it divides, we can make a plan. Pet Stop is an amazing shop, well done to the guys
     
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    nice
     
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    No1...:dft004:...No2...:biggrin:
     
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    Noob question:

    Are mini anemones just baby anemones or are they a different species and if so are they as difficult to keep as the larger anemones ?
     
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    Hi Relborg.
    Here is what i have found for us

    Known in most references as Miniature Carpet Anemones, they are—we think—properly identified as Stichodactlya tapetum.
    Whether there might be more than one species being collected is a good question
    "Undoubtedly, the larger and smaller forms are two different species."
    Unlike the larger carpet anemones in the genus Stichodactyla, the Maxi-mini Carpet is very easy to keep by the average reef aquarist and usually acclimates with ease, expanding within a few minutes when you introduce it into your tank
    You can keep several of these small carpet anemones together, and many people are creating Maxi-mini gardens in their tanks.
    Most people keep their anemones under T5's, lower down in a tank with MH's, or under LED lighting. Like many corals, they will fluoresce under actinic/blue lighting.
    Since they come in a variety of striking colors, a Maxi-mini tank is quite beautiful, and they certainly don't require a large reef to thrive. In fact, a nano tank offers a great way to keep a close eye on their growth and reproduction.
    Maxi-minis grow pretty quickly just with good lighting, but you should also feed them some frozen enriched brine shrimp, Mysis, or other meaty foods (even small whole silversides or krill) to make them grow faster.
     
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    And what is the discount if I take 21? :)
     
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    worth your while :p
     
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    HAA!!.. mine is already in my tank!! thanks Moolis!! i see its still in the first pic..
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    what colour is it? yellow or green?
     
  18. Moolis Moolman

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    Discount

    If you are Serious, come in and lets talk :) it will be worth your time;)
     
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    just a question.
    On the usual big anemones it is advised not to have different species to close to each other due to chemical warfare. Even the same species and not the same dna can lead to warfare. Obviously depending on tank size.

    Now the question, does the same rule apply for mini anemones? Should, same genus. Or are they more tolerant to others in the vicinity?

    I need to pop around this week, latest Friday. Working in Sandton, so not that easy.
     
  20. Moolis Moolman

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    Read the thread @ post #12 it give a lot of info. Our experience is to limited but I can tell you they do not fight with each other "yet" (2 months = oldest stock)
     
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    From my reading I agree with Moolis. They seem to be more like rics that seem to be happy living in groups. I have only had mine for 6 weeks so its still early days. But they seem to enjoy being on top of each other.
     
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