Hi! So my boyfriend and I have a 20 gallon tank at the moment, and just bought a 55 gallon. We are hoping to set up the 55 gallon soon, but don't have all of the supplies yet. Anyways, we've had this rose bubble-tip anemone for a while now, probably around 6ish months. It got super big, it took up about half of the tank. Then in the last few weeks it split. So the two anemones are looking really healthy and recovering fine from the split, but this morning I noticed there was something stuck to the glass, about the size of a nickel. To me it looks like a small anemone. I read online that bubble-tip anemones can reproduce asexually and sexually, but in aquariums it's very rare that they reproduce sexually. Do you think it's possible that after the anemones split, they reproduced sexually? Or did we just randomly gain an anemone somehow? The first picture is what we believe to be our baby anemone. The second and fourth picture is of the anemone before it split, and the third is after it split.