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Adam Hart - 2011-02-09
I would echo the comments about MH lighting - it's too strong for these corals. I moved mine into an area of diffused light provided by T5's and it responded immediately. They also will try to eat larger prey but reject when it becomes apparent they can't get it in their oral disc! Mysis shrimp work well.

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kiara!! - 2010-10-11
This looks like a sun flower.

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Mark - 2010-07-06
I had the soft heads of mine eaten by an emerald crab. Any chance it's still alive and may grow back? Any way to deter the crab from eating it again?

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hunter - 2010-04-01
Slipper coral is cute. Even though it' coral it's a good pet.

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Vicki Chamness - 2008-09-05
I recently purchased a medium size Euphyllia ancora. It sees to have been damaged at one end or the 'T' shaped branch and is developing a brown jelly infection. Is there anything I can do to save this coral?

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Liz Younglove - 2008-02-08
I have had my frogspawn for several months. It is a beautiful pink shade. It seems to be very happy sitting on the sand in the aquarium. Since I have owned it, it seems to have grown new branches. I do not have it near any other coral or creature that it can sting. However, many of my fish swim under and around it all the time. It has been a great addtion to my aquarium and has not been difficult to care for at all.

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Faiz - 2007-10-30
Bubble corals are recommended for beginners. My first coral was the bubble coral. I bought it around 1 and 1/2 month ago, now the coral is still healthy and feeding.

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Tony - 2007-07-07
I have very nice large group of Fox coral that I have had in my 125 gal. tank for 5 months now, low in the tank and under metal halide lighting. Look like large puffy pillows during the day. Use Dt's and marine snow for food. Give them lots of room as they expand about 5 times their size during the daytime. Under low flow as well. Easy and beautiful coral.

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ray - 2007-06-21
I got a frag of branching hammer, it's a great coral and thrives in low light levels.

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r - 2007-06-21
Great beginner coral. It will do best placed in low curent at the top of a live rock set up.

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