Discussion in 'LPS Corals' started by Hoopastank, Sep 10, 2015.
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Cool stuff!!! Tentacles out and feeding commenced. Lol
I have never spot fed mine, or any other coral for that matter.
They seem to grow. I've read that >95% of a corals energy is derived essentially form light,
which causes the simbiote Zooanthellae algae in them to photosunthesize, producing O2 and food, which the coral uses for food.
I would absolutely agree with you! Just something i wanted to do!
Same here my man.
While I agree there is absolutely no need to; it's fun to watch how quickly coral can wrap around a piece of food. Plus, I used to power feed my acans for growth.
Things that I have read say to feed them twice a week. It was just cool to see the way the eat!
good news hoop! it is fun to watch them eat
As long as you don't foul your water quality, I see no disadvantage to feeding. It usually produces more color and growth in corals which is what we all strive for.
I'm a believer in feeding my LPS, worked very well for me the last few years. Great growth and colors plus it is really cool to watch them eat
Yeah next week you guys will be complaining that your corals have gotten too big for your tank.
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