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Old 10-08-2011, 04:48 PM   #111
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Coral Polyps: Colonial Coral and Button Polyp Corals these are polyps
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I would say yes, not sure though
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any other opinions on anything/ everything i can get
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Button polyps, green star polyps, waving hand (most of the octocorals will work), Kenya tree coral, zoas, if they get enough light and flow, smooth mushrooms, hairy mushrooms, maybe a small frogspawn if all goes well. All these can be easily kept under control if they start to take over your tank.
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Button polyps, green star polyps, waving hand (most of the octocorals will work), Kenya tree coral, zoas, if they get enough light and flow, smooth mushrooms, hairy mushrooms, maybe a small frogspawn if all goes well. All these can be easily kept under control if they start to take over your tank.
Couldn't have said it better myself. These are all awesome corals, especially frogspawn. GSP's are really nice also.
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my stocking plans are as follows
- 2 ocelarris
-1 longnose hawk
1 royal gramma
1 yellow watchman goby
1 fish tbd
cuc
-2 mushrooms
-2 leathers
4 zoas or polyps
1 kenya tree
1 frogspawn
1 small frogspawn
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any suggestions are welcomed
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That sounds fantastic! Good choices. I really like the Yellow Watchman!
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my stocking plans are as follows
- 2 ocelarris
-1 longnose hawk
1 royal gramma
1 yellow watchman goby
1 fish tbd
cuc
-2 mushrooms
-2 leathers
4 zoas or polyps
1 kenya tree
1 frogspawn
1 small frogspawn
The long nose hawk can be aggressive, but everything you listed can take care of itself and they are really bad about jumping. I have lost two over the past years from jumping. My reef is covered, but they always seem to find the smallest hole. Otherwise, they are one of my favorite reef fishes.
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didnt mean to write frogspawn 2 times, meant to inlude waiving hand
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