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Old 06-21-2012, 03:33 AM   #11
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That sounds.... cathartic. LOL
But anyone know how long I can keep a Ricordia out of water? Everything I've read says they are uber sensitive. Right now I am photo acclimating it under a ledge.
No they are not that sensitive at all, and can easily go ten minutes or more out of water with no ill effects, in fact i do this all the time. Also in the position the aiptasia is in you should have no problem as far as hurting it. Ive squirted all kinds of corals and as said have used hundreds of times. Not one time didnt anything become affected. I would bet my tanks on it.
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Ya ricordea mushrooms are really hardy actually.
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Old 06-21-2012, 12:14 PM   #13
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Use AiptasiaX by Red Sea. Ive used it hundreds of times, even squirt corals with no ill effects however avoid that. You should have no problem taking this guy out with it.
This is what I have done as well. Has not negatively effected my corals.
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