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Old 09/29/2019, 05:36 PM   #130
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Well, it lasted quite some time for a bleached anemone but the fact that it was not eating finally got to it. Last night the magnifica started to decompose and I had to throw it out.
But the magnifica I got from DD reacted well to the treatment and is doing fine. Though I might need to separate it from the bicinctus as the female really likes to steal the anemone's food.

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