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Old 12-31-2012, 12:51 PM   #11
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Just going off of the info I could find from a reputable source. In this hobby I've found experience counts for a lot. But without experience someone has to get their info somewhere and I rather be safe than sorry.

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Old 12-31-2012, 01:17 PM   #12
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Looking closer its mushrooms zoas and polyps.... Fine to be that close. I thought I saw some other kind but it looks like a hairy mushroom. Good luck! Beautiful corals!

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Originally Posted by Nu-Nu the eel View Post
I do not agree with that. I have about 15 different types of zoas and they do no sting eachother to the point that there is damage. I have 1 frag that has 3 different types of zoas on it alone an it is not a problem at all, they are thriving and growing. All i see there are palys, zoas, an mushrooms. I have all 3 of these species and they are all touching eachother, no problems at all. This is my experience.
+1 zoas and mushrooms have no aggression altho i think the yellw polyps do have slight aggression since you bought the rock like that shows they can live together imo whats going on may be natural acclimation the zoas are adjusting to your water they may open for a day or two then close a lil during this process totally normal also hermits crawling along zoas can irritate them causing them to close if you have hermits that could also be a possibility but for 60$ i think you got a great deal and the rock looks nice
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Old 12-31-2012, 02:35 PM   #14
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Thanks! I do have some hermits but I haven't seen them on top of the zoas. What I did see the first day I put them in my tank was a turbo snail walking on top of them but he was just passing by I don't think he was doing any demage

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