RBTA 2ND Gen (Thanks Eileen)

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  1. Dyngoe

    Dyngoe Guest

    Hey All,

    I tried just giving this one away, but no one wanted it. So, perhaps it will get a better response here. It is a 2nd Gen RBTA that I received from Eileen about a year ago. It's pretty big and has one weird tentacle (looks like a knot at the end). It is a great red color and deserves a better home than my temporary tank.

    Standard DBTC rules..yada yada.

    Hopefully someone sees it here and can come pick it up.
  2. Elite

    Elite Guest

    Eileen/Matt, is this one from me? I'm wondering if my tank is good enough for RBTA ??

    I think I need a bigger tank. The way I grow RBTA, it will out grow my tank in a month :( ..
  3. Raddogz

    Raddogz Guest

    Yeah, it's called don't feed it (literally)

    Fwiw - the rbta has real nice coloration and "yes" if you feed it they grow exponentially bigger as I found out per Phong's instructions.
  4. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    I don't feed my RBTAs, I now have 4 in the tank... *sigh*
  5. Tumbleweed

    Tumbleweed Guest

    Just curous do you have any pics of it?
  6. Elite

    Elite Guest

    It look like this when it grows big..
  7. Roc

    Roc Guest

    how big is this one?
  8. Dyngoe

    Dyngoe Guest

    "IF" you stretched this RBTA out from tip to tip it probably spreads 10", but it probably covers ~8"-9" on a regular day.
    Using Eileen's picture as a reference to a standard clown, I'd say this one is ~1/4-1/3 the size.

  9. Roc

    Roc Guest

    I would be willing to take it
  10. beaupierce

    beaupierce Guest

    I'll take one if you have another.....

    ps hows the move going??
  11. Roc

    Roc Guest

    I had to opt out, no more nems for me
  12. beaupierce

    beaupierce Guest

    I'll take it if u wanna still get rid of it. :)

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