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Old 12-11-2005, 10:43 PM   #11
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Aren't feather duster worms difficult to keep?
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I have never known them to be hard. I have several in my tank. I do nothing for them. They eat the plankton/scraps from the water. If you do not have corals that you feed you may consider giving them some plankton about once a week. Other than that just watch them.
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Hmm.. I might get some then, if I can find any. When you find them, they are expensive over here.

What about something other than feather duster worms in case I cannot find any?
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I pay $8-$15 depending on color etc. Stripes may know where to look there. Check out the sun polyps too. I think you will like them.
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Very nice. They seem to be quite attractive.
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They seem to resemble these corals I used to have called "tree corals" except mine were pinkish in colour.
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I'd just like to share this link about sun corals.

http://www.melevsreef.com/pics/0604/suncoral.html

It's very nice indeed. I am on a mission now.
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I cut the bottom out of a 2 liter bottle then I place it over the coral to feed (thanks lando). This keeps the fish crabs etc from stealing the food and after a while just "fluff" the water to stir up the settled shrimp that did not get stuck to a polyp.
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