Two New Corals. Stunner Chalice & Platygyra Brain Coral

Discussion in 'LPS Corals' started by Ballgame, Sep 16, 2014.

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  1. Ballgame

    Ballgame Millepora

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    No what is that? Delaware Valley Reef Club? If so I want to be. Can you tell me more?
     
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  3. Ballgame

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    Ok thank you. What kind of food do you use?
    I have Roti Feast for hard corals. Used that for baby clams. Will that work? Or do I need something else? That bottle was $25. Expensive hobby

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    That's expensive. I'm a fan of rods and Dr. G foods. I feed everything from fresh seafood and phyto/zooplankton. Honestly, my fish and corals eat way better than me. I don't ever feed one type of food. I truly believe in large variations of food
     
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    I think it may have been known as the Frazier Zoo. I was there a while back. Is it right by the DMV? Have you ever been to East Coast Aquatics? That place had some nice fish and corals too. Helpful staff as well. That was the best lfs IMO unless you wanted to drive to Lancaster and go to That Pet Place.
     
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    GuitarMan89 Giant Squid

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    I just checked and looks like East Coast Aquatics burned down a few years ago.
     
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    The hollywood stunner doesn't need fed. Trust me, it will grow plenty on it's own.

    Also be careful of the sweepers on that stunner. Wait until your tank goes lights off, wait 30-60 minutes and go look at your stunner. You should see tentacles coming out the eyes 4-6" long!
     
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  10. CBSurfrider

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    Nice pic ups! That brain coral is also know as Dragon Soul Favia. I had a piece in my 75gal mixed reef and it grew pretty well. Makes me miss having corals.

    edit: You can kinda see the same piece I had in my profile pic. Just noticed it, below my Desjardini's tail.
     
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    If you ever need a frag chris I've got you buddy
     
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    CBSurfrider Millepora

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    Thanks for the offer, but my Queen Angel is a ZOA vacuum cleaner lol.