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Old 03-11-2012, 04:58 PM   #21
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I agree. I have a green tipped frogspawn, an octo-frogspawn and a torch coral. I think resembles closer to the frogspawn. Is it fully open in that pic?
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Old 03-11-2012, 05:07 PM   #22
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No the lights just came on. I looked up some stuff online about the torch coral, and torch coral only has one stock period. Versus frogspawn has a stock with a couple heads. This coral resembles frogspawn to a tee.
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No the lights just came on. I looked up some stuff online about the torch coral, and torch coral only has one stock period. Versus frogspawn has a stock with a couple heads. This coral resembles frogspawn to a tee.
My octo-frogspawn has 5 heads on it. They can get big!
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Great looking tank. Have you soot fed your frogspawn or leave it up to the lighting?

Also, I have read that at night when they retract their tentacles they then let out their feeding tentacles, but I haven't seen mine do that. Are they suppose to let out their night tentacles?
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Great looking tank. Have you soot fed your frogspawn or leave it up to the lighting?

Also, I have read that at night when they retract their tentacles they then let out their feeding tentacles, but I haven't seen mine do that. Are they suppose to let out their night tentacles?
I target feed once a week w/a turkey baster. I've read about the sweeper tentacles coming out at night too, but I can't remember if that pertained to torches or frogspawns. Either way I have both a torch coral and 2 frogspawns and all 3 of them close up at night. lol
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Brine or mysis shrimp?
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Brine or mysis shrimp?
A mixture of both.
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