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Old 05-04-2003, 04:36 PM   #1
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feahter dusters & x-max tree worms

I added a hawiian feather duster in my 1st tank & really loved it. I also had lots of small ones appear that came on my LR. Is there anyone on here that are addicted to keeping them? I'm just not interested in corals yet but like the idea of keeping lots of these in my next tank. I would like to try x-mas trees too. Anyone have any input?
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I like the feather dusters also. I have never tried xmas tree worms, but I have read that they are difficult to keep alive.
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I have never tried xmas tree worms, but I have read that they are difficult to keep alive.
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That's what I've been reading too.
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