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Old 03-23-2005, 08:12 AM   #1
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Halloween and Staghorn Hermit?

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I've had staghorns for a few months. Neat, in that they stay out front in the sand. Their shell is actually coral. Need decent lighting since they'll always be on the bottom of the tank. The shells on mine have become dark colored as I'm wondering whether my 4 x 65 pcs are enuf for them. Not sure the shell is growing.

Never heard of Halloween hermits.
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