My new bta, seems pretty healthy (pics)

FullPull

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It's hard to get a shot of it close, with the protectiveness of my clown. Tried to get a couple shots of its mouth. Let me know what you think, it's moved a few inches since being added. I hope he finds a place to sit still.
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Genin

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the mouth looks nice and healthy to me the tentacles are a bit deflated in those pics. do they plump up usually?
 

FullPull

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Genin, I just got him earlier today....I'm watching closely for any dramatic changes. Is it o.k. if they are a little deflated a day or two while adjusting ?
 

J8851

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If i'm not mistaken that isn't a BTA i believe it is a Sabae.
Google a sabae yours looks identical.
 

FullPull

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If so, my Tomato Clown took to it instantly. It has since shrunken up and shows the neon green color, Sabae's are not typically green are they ?
 

Genin

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Looks like a BTA to me and it should be fine if it is still adjusting to your environment to not have it's tentacles all puffy yet. An easy way to tell if it is a sebae or BTA is take a picture of the base and post that. Heck just look at the color of the base: Orange and smooth = BTA, White with verniculae (is that the right word?) = Sebae.
 
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