Well, the nice folks at wetwebmedia believe that what I have is a Merulina Ampliata and not a maze brain. The merulina needs more light and is harder to care for. This article presents some good info on Merulina. I'll have to move it up my rock work. The only problem is where. I'm running out of space.
I've been wanting a maze brain coral for months. I've never seen them in any of the LFSs in my area so I was starting to to look online. Yesterday I came across this at a LFS.
It was labeled as a Merulina rather than a Platygyra. The latter is the maze brain. This was the closest thing to a maze brain that I've seen in a store. I looked at a coral book in the store and it didn't look anything like a Merulina in the book so I bought it. I'm hoping that it does turn out to be a maze brain and gets the nice round shape. Only time will tell.
Several weeks earlier one of my BTAs disappeared. I found it in my overflow outside the tank. It hat gotten into the overflow in the tank and traveled through the U tube into the overflow outside the tank. I removed it when I found it and put it back in the tank. Well, somewhere along the way another split occurred due to the stress. So the anemone count was p to "4". That's too many for my tank. The more anemones I have the higher the probability one will make its way into a powerhead. So the BTA from the fuge and its twin that had been hiding behind the overflow were traded in for the following four frags: