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Old 05-26-2006, 08:06 PM   #1
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Green BTA vs. Orange Zoos

Noone won! lol My BTA expanded really big today and 2 of its tentacles are touching my orange zoo polyps. There are no sign of the zoos retracting or anything so i guess they became friends lol

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Yea im monitoring their behavior closely. My BTA keeps expanding larger and larger for some reason. Its foot is still in the same spot. Its tentacles are constantly touching the zoos and the zoos doesn't seem to mind that at all. I'll keep u guys updated if my zoos show any sign of being stunk.
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I had my long tenticle plate coral next to my mushrooms and they looked awesome with no signs of stinging or stress at all. Then the other day I noticed that my mushroom was just not looking the same. It wouldn't open up all the way and it was starting to turn brown. (normally its green) Like melosu58 said, just monitor it closely so you don't lose them. Those are some nice looking zoo's by the way.
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Thanks. I got a tiny frag of like 5 polyps 5 months ago for $5 lol. It grew so quick
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