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Old 09-05-2009, 05:29 PM   #11
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Alright sounds cool. I'm not in a rush or anything.. i was just wondering.
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Yeah, also another question for people with zoos. After they are put in the tank.. how long does it usually take for them to open up?
That is something that really depends on the coral.
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Yeah, i guess. Also, do feather dusters like to be on the sand or off the sand and in the rocks?
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Phew. I knew what to do with all of them.. but there were so many things to acclimate at once.. and i didn't have enough hose to use for a drip, and then i didn't have enough places to put them all.. blah blah blah. Anyways, everyone's in the tank doing perfect. Surprisingly, my zoos are opening up haha, and all of the feather dusters seem to be doing good. Still have the same question about them in my above post. I didn't notice it until now, but the amount of asterinas that came in my chaeto was crazy. So many of them moving around now. A 1" brittle star also came in the chaeto. It's pretty cool. The firefish went behind the rockwork, and i've yet to see him come out, but the cleaner shrimp is all over the place lol.
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nice. pictures soon?
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Yes. Taking some now
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