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Old 04-06-2016, 03:59 PM   #1
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Asst frag

This guy came in as an assorted frag and I am wondering what it is Click image for larger version

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I've had it in my frag tank for over two weeks and still have no clue what it is


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20 Gallon Long Dart Frogs "Zig" and "Zag"
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Are they tough corals?


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Quite. High mortality rate.
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Sadly, only keep them in the ocean.
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awesome corals need good flow and light but don't survive long in closed systems
I got lucky with my first one a little over a year all the others I had were between 3/6 months , they are beautiful so enjoy what you have as long as you can ,
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