17 seconds of beauty.

Discussion in 'NPS Corals' started by Renee@LionfishLair, Sep 8, 2013.

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  1. Renee@LionfishLair

    Renee@LionfishLair 3reef Sponsor

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    This was at Aquarium of the Pacific.

     
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  3. Marshall O

    Marshall O Giant Squid

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    Wow, gorgeous tank! Thanks for sharing :)
     
  4. Mr. Bill

    Mr. Bill Native Floridian

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    Very beautiful! Didn't realize there were so many NPS species out there, and in so many brilliant colors, too.
     
  5. oldfishkeeper

    oldfishkeeper Giant Squid

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    Gorgeous! Thx for sharing Renee'!
     
  6. OnlyTono

    OnlyTono Spaghetti Worm

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    that's pretty cool - how do you think they keep that tank fed.

    I'm assuming some of those need meaty treats, and in our aquariums we need to feed each and every head to keep them alive.
     
  7. Vinnyboombatz

    Vinnyboombatz Giant Squid

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    With the filtration they are running they could feed them all day if they wanted to.Believe me spot feeding is unnecessary.;D
    There is probably an auto feeder on that system.
    Awesome tank!!!Thanks Renee.:)
     
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  9. Renee@LionfishLair

    Renee@LionfishLair 3reef Sponsor

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    They don't need an autofeeder, they have a plethera of volunteers to do anything they want them to.

    There is nothing better than "Members only nights - Adult only".
     
  10. Rhoads238

    Rhoads238 Spaghetti Worm

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    Thanks for sharing. That looks amazing. I can't wait to try getting a nps coral. how often do they need to be fed?
     
  11. Thatgrimguy

    Thatgrimguy Flying Squid

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    Depends on the coral. The LPS versions can handle much less feeding than the soft coral versions. Some need near constant feeding while some can get by without being spot fed at all.