In May 2010, the bubble tip anemones (BTAs) in my 280g reef spawned. The smokey sperm clouded up the water making it hard to see. What amazed me was that the Rose BTA released a clutch of eggs on cue. This particular anemone was in the 20g satellite tank tied into the 280g system. Had the eggs and sperm settled out, I might have seen new anemones crop up in my system, but the filtration took it all out that night. It was amazing none-the-less.
It's a lot of work moving a 400g glass aquarium into position on the waiting steel stand. Gathering up a group of friends for the occasion isn't easy either. Thanks to a lot of muscle, we were able to get it into place. Here's the raw, un-cut video of the process. I'm still sore thinking about it. We could have used two more helpers that evening.