Getting RO/DI at the lfs today and after the usual catching up and looking at all the corals, I see two blueberry gorgonian colonies (4" tall by 5" across) not doing too hot. So I asked for a little clip just to see how it fairs in my tank, I was expecting to get a little 1" piece with one or two polyps, but instead got a 2" by 2" piece with about 10 polyps. I'm aware these are one of the harder corals called gorgonia to keep, that they typically require being fed CONSTANTLY throughout the day, and that they should honestly just be left in the ocean. I just figured it would be cool to try, since I didn't pay for it, I'm not creating a "demand," and it MIGHT have a better shot in my tank since I already feed my photosynthetic gorgs quite a bit. Within a couple hours of being in my tank I see a small bit of PE so I decided to feed. Will keep everyone (those that are interested) updated to see how it goes. PICS!: 1. showing the whole frag 2. my favorite polyp (lol) 3. w/ flash to show all the polyps/flesh better 4. my two photogenic polyps 5. FTS because I can. mini update- all the polyps open up now throughout the day, could be 1 of two things, starving or happy, the 99.99% chance it is the first of the two. Though, I visited the colonies at the LFS and their polyps are still closed and have died off even more. hmm. I guess they're dying a little more slowly in my tank.