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Old 02-21-2012, 07:06 PM   #1
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Feather duster worms

I guys I recently bought a feather duster worm a large Hawaiian one..I have another one that I have had a few months which I have place standing upright..the new one is also standing upright but it is much bigger around 5 inch diameter..my problem is that the new one is rocking up and down about 5ml up and down with the current...he is on the crushed coral between 2 bits of live rock ..we he eventually anchor to it or should I lay him down...he spends most of the day out and retract alot looks healthy I'm just worried he will leave his tube .?? Any help will be greatly appreciated
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I just at mine on the sand bed and he attached to the closest rock a couple days later.
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I just at mine on the sand bed and he attached to the closest rock a couple days later.
Do u know if it is okay if some of the crown is touching the sand ?
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When bought mine from the reef store it was and they said just layit on the sand bed it will be fine.
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