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Old 11-18-2004, 10:53 AM   #1
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Conflicting reports on Saron shimrp eating zoo's?

We got some really neat 2"+ blue/white saron shrimp in at work and I'd love to get one for one of my tanks. I've read up on them on wetwebmedia and a few other places, some say reef safe, others I've talked to say they will eat zooanthids...so has anybody had one or know for sure?

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saron is a genus name. can you id the species type? I think some spp. of saron will eat zoos, while others don't. A well fed shrimp is also less likely to mess with them.
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