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Old 11-02-2012, 09:23 AM   #61
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Old 11-02-2012, 09:36 AM   #62
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That Ricordea is amazing! What Species is that starfish?
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Old 11-02-2012, 10:22 AM   #63
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Thanks. Found that piece in the back of the tank in my LFS. Not sure he knew that it fell down there. The one that is moving off of the rock piece has developed a 2nd mouth, so I hope it splits soon.
The start is a Sand Sifter. I see him maybe every other day, going up to the top for a second then back down and bury in the sand bed.
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Cool. I'm just I like it when my corals develop new heads! I love and I will have to get a sand sifting star. I have could I have 2 in a 55 gallon tank?
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I hate auto correction.. Sry about the weird sentences guys.
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Cool. I'm just I like it when my corals develop new heads! I love and I will have to get a sand sifting star. I have could I have 2 in a 55 gallon tank?
Sand shifting stars need a deep sand bed and very well established tank. Most starve to death. I'd steer clear of them... IMO.
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Oh okay... I'll take your work for it. I , my tank is only 8months in and I have 2 inches of sand.... So yeah. thank for your knowledge! Does your Tang eat Nori? Mine won't even look at Nori. :3
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Yeah but I'm too lazy though. - mrc

I'm just starting at publix next Monday... So I should be able to earn some coral money while saving a better portion of it.. (my first job)

It's funny because publix was the first place I put in an application. ;D
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Agree on the starfish. just be careful.
My sanded is 4-5inches deep and tank had previously been running for 4 years before I obtained it. I've heard the same thing, some starve. When I see him out, I drop a pellet or two in front of him and he eats them right up.
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