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Old 08-23-2005, 09:10 PM   #1
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Chocolate Chip Seastar

I bought one of these today the LFS said that it was a scavanger and was pretty easy to care for. Anything I should look out for?



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Old 08-23-2005, 09:22 PM   #2
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any corals and sponges will get eaten not really a scavenger but will eat whatever it finds but should be fed somethin meaty once in a while
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Yes, Look out for your corals( if you have any). CC stars are not reef friendly.
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BTW they get huge. My dentist has one that is probbably a foot from end to end.
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Your star should only go in a fowlr
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If its a FO tank. no worries....enjoy.
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it will probably be fine anemones sting them so they stay back but could be risky still
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Mine ate my favorite feather duster . I've been feeding it a piece of krill very other day or so. I bought it about 1 1/2" size and after 3 months it has grown to 3" 8O
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My book says anemones are at risk also... Good luck..
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