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Old 02-02-2004, 11:19 PM   #1
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Coral on LR?

Is this coral on my LR?



if it is, what kind is it and how should I take care of it.

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Not sure, but I have a couple of those on my LR as well. It looks like some type of coral??
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might be a sponge?
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It is...Siderastrea radians, page 246 in Bornemans Aquarium Corals.
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If you don't have Aquarium Corals, let me know, I'll paraphrase the captive care section tomorrow.
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Nope, I don't have it yet, so that would help out.....Thanks

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It is...Siderastrea radians, page 246 in Bornemans Aquarium Corals.
I found it last night and was going to post this morning, but I guess you bet me to it
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LOL, sorry jamal-188, I found it when looking up someone else's favites coral

yaksplat, basicly it says that cockroaches and Siderastrea radians are the two things that will survive a nuclear holocost. He described it as a true beginners coral that can withstand many different aquarium conditions and can even survive being buried in sediment for a week or so. It bleaches easily, but recovers quickly.
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