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Old 06-30-2005, 03:43 PM   #1
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Bubble Coral Care

I just picked up a nice Green Bubble Coral. Is there anything specific that I need to watch or know about?
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They like moderate light and medium flow. They can reach pretty far so don't put them in close to other corals. Also, if positioning it on the liverock, be sure the flesh isn't touching anything or the irritation could cause it to recede and/or lead to brown jelly disease.
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Do not put them by acans. acans hate bubbles for some reason, the bubble will die. my acan killed 2 bubbles in one night.........
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Thanks Fluff.
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Also, if positioning it on the liverock, be sure the flesh isn't touching anything
-Are you refering to the bony skeleton that the flesh comes out of, or just the actual flesh of the coral? TIA
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The actually flesh itself.
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Check Out my Bubble corals in my Gallery. They are pretty easy to take care of. I shoot some brine shrimp at it once a week. Like Fluff said med. light and Med. flow. Have fun
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