Second Rock Flower Anemone

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    I recently got a rock flower nem for my tank probably about a month ago and would love to add a second one if this is possible? The one I have now has stationed itself right on the sand floor pretty much in the center of the tank which is perfect and I'd like to get another. Are multiples of these guys save to have in the same tank?
     
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    Ya, and i have heard that they will spawn if you have multiple ones in a tank. Another thing I have heard but have no way of verify is that that more you have in a tank, the wilder their colors/patterns become.
     
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    A second one will be just fine, I've got 4 of them all right next to each other.
     
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    beeguiles they call me fish geek ;p

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    Yea go for it! You have any pictures? I'm waiting for coral morphologic to have some available. When they do I'm deff gonna get a couple.
     
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