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Old 05-28-2009, 10:27 PM   #11
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Alright well I have some pics...
Here is what they used to look like

Here is what they look like now. I moved them to lesser light maybe they are deepwater I do not know.

Some are still out but on the main bunch up in the front there is only one out. I dont know what to do.
Oh and yes those are my new purple people eaters. All my other zoas are thriving.
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I may have found my answer on another thread. Down towards that end is where I saw a bristleworm the other day when I was picking it up. This is more than likely why they are closed then huh. How long can they stay closed and still come back out or stay alive is my question now.
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I don't think bristle worms would cause them to close for long if at all.
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They are so very red, Looks like the were from a bright location. Check temp. and SG and do a PWC. Give them a chance to acclimate to one spot. They can close up to a couple of weeks.
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