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Old 07-28-2012, 10:07 PM   #1
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Had them for a week now.
Both are beautiful and only paid 7$ for the coco worm and 10$ for the duster
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Had them for a week now.
Both are beautiful and only paid 7$ for the coco worm and 10$ for the duster
Coco worm for 7$ is a steal there like 25 around here
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Old 08-01-2012, 07:42 AM   #3
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You guys ever see a rock with a bunch of coco worms on it? I think it's a type of coral called porite and they call them Xmas tree rocks, they are really cool looking blue zoo aquatics had one for sale a while back for like $200,
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You guys ever see a rock with a bunch of coco worms on it? I think it's a type of coral called porite and they call them Xmas tree rocks, they are really cool looking blue zoo aquatics had one for sale a while back for like $200,
The small brown polyps require lil stronger lighting the worms themselves however dont if you put it under low lighting the rock will turn white
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The small brown polyps require lil stronger lighting the worms themselves however dont if you put it under low lighting the rock will turn white
200$ seems expensive how big is itŅ
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Here's a pic from a magazine of what I'm talking about. I think the one I saw for sale was maybe a little smaller than a basketball, I can't remember it was a month ago when I saw it they may not have it anymore.
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Wow that's gorgeous. I think they may need spot feeding though. I heard that somewhere.
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Wow that's gorgeous. I think they may need spot feeding though. I heard that somewhere.
That makes since 200$ for lil smaller than basketball i paid like 60$ for softball size i didn spot feed it but the whole thing is covered in tiny brown polyps and it needs strong lighting the worms themselves are just filter feeders
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Wow that's gorgeous. I think they may need spot feeding though. I heard that somewhere.
Yes it says in the magazine that they don't do well in sps reef tanks because the water is generally too clean for them to get enough food.
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Cool lil worms.
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