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Rock Flower Anemones Resurge in Popularity

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  1. Matt Bowers (Muttley000) says:

    Do these anemones pack the same sting and problems mixing with corals as the pacific versions?

  2. Chris Aldrich says:

    Hi Matt – Though I don’t have any personal experience with rock flowers in my aquariums (which reminds me, I need some of these in my Carib biotope), from what I’ve gathered their sting is less potent than most other nems. However, they will sting corals if placed too close or their growth encroaches.

  3. don says:

    Another great article thanks
    Keep up the good work

  4. Karenk says:

    I started with one rock flower… Just florescent green with brown tenticles. I gave two babies away already, and have 4 others in my tank, two already full size, two brand new. Seems they readily reproduce here!!! I have a 7 year old 75 gallon with a rose bubble that also cloned itself once. Oh, my rock flower anemone’s are hosting platinum clowns!!!

  5. Daniel Carrera says:

    The second anemone that you showed(Green and Purple tentacles) is NOT a rock flower anemones. Purple/Green anemone is actually a Borneman anemone, which completely different than a Rock Flower Anemone.

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