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Non-Photosynthetic (NPS) Coral

Discuss gorgonians and non-photosynthetic corals such as tubastrea, dendrophyllia, chili coral, sponges, etc. in this forum.

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  1. Feeding Corals?

    Do you feed your corals? If so, what? Does anyone here use Coral Frenzy? Marine Snow? There's so much stuff out here. I get totally overwhelmed....
    Started by MizTanks, 05-21-2011 10:34 PM
  2. Nephtyigorgia - My new favorite

    I started with a medium one from Choice (Nephtyigorgia) and then found another at Tropicorium. I combined them and have been working on the training...
    Started by slapshot, 08-16-2010 08:18 AM
  3. Getting a Rhizo today!!!

    Yup, Im getting one today!! Don't know the size nor the color, it's a surprise hand delivered by the best in the industry. Cherry Corals!! Can't...
    Started by ReeferRob, 05-27-2010 09:17 AM
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  4. Help with Dendro!

    ok so my dendro has looked like S&@# over the past 4 days. i had recently fed it everyday for 4 days. was super happy and then just stayed bloated...
    Started by demonclownfish, 06-01-2010 08:06 PM
  5. Orange tree gorgonian

    Ok, guess i didnt research enough... but i purchased an orange tree gorgonian last week for my seahorse tank. Its doing pretty well i think, polyps...
    Started by softiegirl, 05-13-2010 10:49 PM
  6. My Sun Corals

    Hey all... I just got some new Sun Corals. Although the pic isn't very good, I thought I'd share. I took the first 2 pics with my cell phone. ...
    Started by thefishgirl, 04-23-2010 11:20 PM
  7. replacement Dendrophyllia

    Finally decided to pick up a replacement Dendro this past Sunday. It's all settled in, open a lot and has eaten each evening. I'm so excited. Here's...
    Started by Tom@HaslettMI, 04-13-2010 10:09 AM
  8. New Dendro not looking good...

    Got a single dendro polyp on Sunday Jan. 10th and I'm worried that something is not right. At the LFS it was open and looked immaculate. Initially...
    Started by Tom@HaslettMI, 01-12-2010 10:43 PM
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  9. Dendro Questions

    I was given 2 Dendro's but they are in bad shape..One Dendro is a yellowish orange with 4 polyps on it but they are not very healthy..but they will...
    Started by whitetiger61, 11-23-2009 09:11 AM
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  10. Difference between a Sun Coral and Dendro?

    What is the difference between a sun coral and a dendro? I recently acquired 3 heads of "sun coral" in a trade. He told me to put it in a...
    Started by thefishgirl, 09-22-2009 01:25 PM
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  11. Dendro ?

    I bought 2 heads about 6 months ago and it still hasn't popped any new ones. How often does everyone feed theres? I spot feed it twice a week but...
    Started by Rabidgoose, 09-22-2009 11:36 AM
  12. SUn Coral w/crab

    Saturday I got a Branching Sun Coral. One of the branches has no polyp shohing and another the polyp is receding into the branch. The rest all are...
    Started by mburke, 05-30-2007 02:06 PM

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