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    Anemone I.D.

    I think its a bubble tipped. But i have been wrong before. It person it is a little lighter than this (flash).



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    could be a bubble-less bubble tip- that'd be my guess
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    ritteri maybe, mine is like that but yellow tips.
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    maginifica i think

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    I'd guess Ritteri! Not sure though........
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    okie dokie.... from what i've read magnifica and ratteri are one in the same... is that correct?

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    you bet!

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    The only thing is that i've been reading that they don't really like to eat and just mainly live of photosynthesis. But this one has already eaten for me and the guy i bought it from said that he fed it a muscle twice every week. Plus it split a couple times in his tank and i heard that they rarely if ever do that in captivity.

    I'm hoping its a bubble tip cause i don't think i have the set up to care for a ratteri (assuming they are a difficult species to keep).

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    Yes Hectoractis Magnifica is the same thing as Ritteri. Some scientific gurus changed the name a few years back to Hectoractis Magnifica. I would like to see the foot and underside of the anenome before saying Magnifica. Also, is it possible to see a picture without the flash. It completely obscures the true color of the anenome. Whatever it is, it appears to be in excellent health based on the coloration of the tenticles. There is no bleaching at all. I am going to guess Hectoractis Malu (Sebae)and that the flash is throwing off the color of the tips. No way of correctly identifying this anenome without seeing its base and body.
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    I will post more pics tonight

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