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Old 12/27/2012, 06:21 PM   #1
hillbillybjopkr
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Australian Dendrophyllia?

i saw a ad about these and by their look I'm assuming there a typ of zoa....my question is do these guys eat amphipods cause i have about a bagillion....hasent been a pop crash in 3 month....just steady growth....some are the size of cockroaches (exageration....but some are a pretty goodsize...better than a 1/4 inch easy)....need to get something other than a mandrin...

also....saw them advertised by Reef2go.....anyone heard of them?


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Old 12/27/2012, 06:25 PM   #2
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Nope, Dendrophyllia are hard corals, not zoanthids.

Try to get a Chalk bass (Serranus tortugarum) for your amphipod problem.

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