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Old 02-11-2014, 05:11 AM   #1
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Sunny D placement in stock biocube 29

Just got a sunny D frag. 5 polyps for $18. What is the best placement ? Have it on the sand bed Click image for larger version

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Wow that's a steel! You can place it anywhere.
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I have power compacts. When you say wherever, does that mean they will grow the same amount at the bottom and top? Will they get more color meat the top and grow faster?

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I would place it somewhere and see if it's reaching for light. If not then wherever you put it is fine. They're a slower growing zoa morph
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No they look fine
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give them a few days you'll know if there reaching for the light
once acclimated to the light I would try mid level in tank
I wouldn't glue them till you find final placement
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give them a few days you'll know if there reaching for the light
once acclimated to the light I would try mid level in tank
I wouldn't glue them till you find final placement
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Good info. I was about to glue them last night. I'll try the middle, then glue it. I'm going to pick up some Red hornets, blue hornets, purple hornets, Blue Tubs, and Ice fires soon. I think I need a bigger tank.
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Good info. I was about to glue them last night. I'll try the middle, then glue it. I'm going to pick up some Red hornets, blue hornets, purple hornets, Blue Tubs, and Ice fires soon. I think I need a bigger tank.
I have blue hornets, tubbs and ice fires. All are sweet
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