Discussion in 'SPS Corals' started by Doratus, Jul 25, 2011.
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Correct in that they are not SPS. A gorg is not really a soft coral though.
Some examples of "Small- Stoney- Polyp" Coral See the tiny things swaying... those are my favorite "polyps' by far. Can i get a amen here people...
Bugger the challenge of SPS, my real challenge comes from of all things zoas. Don't ask me why bc I have no clue. I can keep almost everything else under the sun even SPS but it's game over with zoas. As to why SPS, for me it's the variety they offer. I'm a mixed reef kind of person and the combination of swaying LPS and softies combined with the complexity and coloration of SPS is the epitimey of what a reef tank should look like, IMO.
As far as your zoos, you probably have nudibranchs. I had the hardest time keeping them alive and then i noticed zoo eating nudis. Very few zoos in my experience do not have them. I do either a freshwater dip with coral rx or depending on the color of the zoo a lugols bath. then i always quarantine new zoas away from others and dip again in 7 and 14 days
I couldn't keep zoos either...well I could keep em alive they just wouldn't spread.except an ugly one and even that didn't grow that much. Never looked like anything was eating or irritating them just wouldn't grow...
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