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Old 06-12-2012, 09:57 PM   #151
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That is a very pretty assortment of fish! Your tank will look awesome.
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Old 06-13-2012, 02:09 AM   #152
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I came up with a list of corals that I like, I'm researching them all but it's quicker asking you guys, tell me if any of them will not be suited with my aquarium, or if they are particularly hard to care for. Thanks in advance.
Elegance Coral
Brain Coral
Bubble Coral
Zoas
Torch Coral
Candy cane Coral
Flowerpot Coral
GSP
Toadstool Mushroom & other mushrooms
Leather
Birds Nest
Chili Coral
Flower Tree Coral
Long tentacle plate coral
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Old 06-13-2012, 06:36 PM   #153
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Anyone? I'm really interested in the elegance coral.
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Old 06-13-2012, 07:01 PM   #154
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If you guys could watch this video and help me identify some of the corals in it. I would like to know what the large, light pink one is and what the circular ones that are on the sand bed that have a inner blue ring and outer grayish-green ring. Thanks.
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Old 06-13-2012, 07:18 PM   #155
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Hey Keeper,
The pink one is pulsing Xenia in the middle.
As for the other 2, not positive but I'm thinking Mini-maxi or Carribean Rock Anemones.
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The pink one is pulsing Xenia in the middle.
As for the other 2, not positive but I'm thinking Mini-maxi or Carribean Rock Anemones.
Thank you(: is the pulsing Xenia particularly hard to care for? I want something big that will cover a bunch of space and I eventually want my tank to look similar to that one.
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Old 06-13-2012, 07:23 PM   #157
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Some tanks can grow it like a bad weed, like the tank in the video.
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Hopefully mine will, thanks, I'll add it to my list(:
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Sorry, on my phone....
Other tanks, it doesn't do too well. Not too sure why. I've had some in the past and it did well for about 3-4 months, then shriveled up to nothing and died. Never understood why, but it was at my start in the hobby, and that probably had something to do with it.
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I'll do some more research on it, figure out if I should get it or not. And the other ones look more like the mini-maxi anemone to me, not sure if I want an anemone. They must be easier than other anemones though right? Since they were at the bottom they must not need much light..idk though.
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