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Old 11-01-2011, 01:58 AM   #1
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Hey! Long time no speak!! I want your opinion!

K so it's been awhile since I've been on. Here are some updates

This is my 29g biocube:
This is my neon candy cane.
This is my beau gregory damsel
and this is some sort of toadstool given to me by a friend of mine. whatcha think?

Here is my baby...my 40b:
This is my frog spawn (personal fav)
this is my flame scallop. Doesnt do much. But cool to observe up close.
This is my Pompe birds nest. Small but slowly growing.
This is my Xenia that has grown 6x it's original size in 3 months.
here is my star polyp that is growing splendidly. And last but not least, my small 2 polyp zoas...I had 20 heads but they slowly died off...I don't know what happened...

So what do you guys think? I will add more later...it's late here and I'm tired. TIA!!!
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Old 11-01-2011, 10:49 AM   #2
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Looks good! Corals all look happy and healthy!
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Looks good! Corals all look happy and healthy!
Thanks!! can you give me some pointers on the care of zoas? Whatever I have done has caused all but two to die... :'(
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Zooa are kind the easiest corals to keep lol. I just put them under moderate light with moderate flow and leave them. I don't feed my corals or anything like that either. Just do your water changes and keep the water as healthy as you can.
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Have you checked for nudibranchs? They are very hard to see because the seem to be the same color as the zoas. Zoas in my tanks do ok but not as well as I would like.
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