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Old 08-09-2005, 04:28 PM   #11
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heres what i mean. its not attached to anything and it didn't come with a pair.
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Old 08-09-2005, 04:36 PM   #12
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That is a coco worm, Protula bispiralis. Be very sure reef chemistry is maintained consistantly for it's tube. It will be somewhat as difficult as the christmas tree worm.

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I'm slowly switching over from IO to Kent salt so eventually the ca/alk will balance out for its tube. The only thing is how do I know my tank is mature enough to support the bacteria that it needs to feed on? My tank is about 6 months and I'm afraid that as it gets bigger, its slowly going to deplete its food source because its in a 15 gallon right now.

As of now I just target feed it Kent Mircrovert every other day and maybe it gets some of the liquidfied parts of my blender mush whenever it manages to filter some of it out. My blender mush is more of a carnivorous mix because the fish get algae matter from Formula 2 flake.

Is this enough for my worm as of now?

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