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Bipedal Rose BTA


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(Two feet, a mouth, no brain - I've meet people like that 😏 )  I've seen a couple mushroom polyps over the years with two feed but this is the first BTA.  I'm curious how it happens, in this case as the anemone was moved about 3 months ago with the rock it was attached to it wasn't a damaged foot.  The clone line it came from only splits every 2-3 years and the last split that produced this one was almost 2 years ago and was a mis sized split, this clone was less than a third the size of it's twin after splitting.  The third picture is it's sibling from the last split.

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