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Old 08-02-2011, 07:19 PM   #21
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Yes. Any raw seafood. The more diverse, the better. But make it very small. In time u will c how big a piece they can ingest.
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Cool think I'll be going with one of these then! How often woul I feed it?
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I feed mine daily, but only because I like to. My LFS said 3-4 times a week is sufficient. I've gone as long as 4 days without feeding it. No harm. But I did need to retrain it to stay open.
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To me a sun corals beauty makes up for the extra care they need Ive had mine for 2 months now and as soon as the halides go off it starts coming out and is ready to eat I only feed mine every other night and it is doing good
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It's not a anemone is it? How do you and what do you feed them and still you have to train to stay put I'm day I'm believing? I can't find much info on these dendrophilia things??
In the back of one of the pics is a small anenome, but the dendro stays open like that all the time and it eats what I feed my fish( mysis,brine,krill and spurilna). It's a lot like a sun, bigger heads, longer tentacles and easy to feed. Blanophyllia also are a little easier and similar.
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It's a waste of beauty not to view them with the lights on. They're easy to train
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