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Old 05-16-2013, 11:58 AM   #271
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@ kdpuffer your torch looks great @ paul87 that favia looks crazy
Thanks. Its red and green with white lights on.
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Old 05-16-2013, 08:05 PM   #272
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Are favia hard to look after? What sort of coral are they?
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They are an LPS. Very easy low/moderate light and flow.They will take meaty foods also. Cool coral. Here's a great shot of a favia I kept a few years back-
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Old 05-16-2013, 08:19 PM   #274
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They are an LPS. Very easy low/moderate light and flow.They will take meaty foods also. Cool coral. Here's a great shot of a favia I kept a few years back-
Did you hand feed yours? Or let it snag extra food in the water?
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Target feed em with a big syringe!
It's my favorite thing to do! (google syringe...in case you were wondering)
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Target feed em with a big syringe!
It's my favorite thing to do! (google syringe...in case you were wondering)
Pretty sure I know what a syringe is...
What do you use as food and do you do it at night when the polyps are open?
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Some reading might not know where to get a syringe wise guy!
Yes, at night and I use that frozen mixture I make from scratch. You surely saw the thread....
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Some reading might not know where to get a syringe wise guy!
Yes, at night and I use that frozen mixture I make from scratch. You surely saw the thread....
Lol...I guess I over estimate my fellow man.
I remember that thread. Will look it up. Do you feed your acros at night as well? I use to give them phyto but I couldn't tell any real difference in growth.
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Na. they don't need feedings if you have fish in the tank.
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They are an LPS. Very easy low/moderate light and flow.They will take meaty foods also. Cool coral. Here's a great shot of a favia I kept a few years back-
This is a great pic!
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