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Old 04-23-2012, 12:26 PM   #1021
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Ok. Here's a great read on tangs and feeding corals. I like that it points out that corals DO need to be fed and an not just rely on light from the aquarium as many people on AA believe (many have tried to correct me) and it even provides some foods that can be prepared.

http://u79146.sendgrid.org/wf/click?...jDuvLJm-2FQ-3D

This is a great free magazine on all aquatics
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Old 04-23-2012, 10:43 PM   #1022
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Whenever I feed frozen food, I always target feed the corals and nems first. The fish get the left overs. LOL Something tells me they are not starving. I figure if the corals don't want it, they wont eat it. If they do want it, well then they must like it. Am I wrong???? LOL

As for your nem splitting, I agree with Carey. Being happy or sad they can split. Mine Rose was getting huge all of the sudden. It was taking over the tank. Then it got very punny for about a week. Next thing I know, I had two. Over course now my Green has decide he likes to explore. Never stays in one part of the tank for more than a day or two.
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New Additions on their way home!!!
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Old 04-25-2012, 07:22 PM   #1024
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What did you get...huh huh huh?
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Lol. Here's some teaser pics. Kinda easy I think...



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Old 04-25-2012, 07:29 PM   #1026
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Flame scallops are nice!! I am always amazed how they move around the tank without legs or flexible body.

What is the other addition?
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A basket star. Small one. About 8 inches across
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I have never heard of that one. It looks really nice. Thats small-over half a foot? Your tank must be amazing.
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I have never heard of that one. It looks really nice. Thats small-over half a foot? Your tank must be amazing.
Yeah. That's a small. The species lives to about 35 years and can get over 2 ft across
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