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My new sun coral from Preuss


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    Jstadler - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default My new sun coral from Preuss

    I was lucky enough to be in the area yesterday, and had to stop. This was my first experience at Preuss, the store is amazing. Anyway I picked up a couple cool corals that you don't see in my neighborhood, a green base purple polyped birdsnest (that I can't seem to get a good pic of), and this orange/yellow sun coral. It's super bright and opened right up last night at feeding time. Thanks again to the staff at Preuss for the help.

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    Great looking corals.

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    That is a beautiful specimen! What I want to know is - how come they are called SUN corals if they only seem to come out at night?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlhirst View Post
    That is a beautiful specimen! What I want to know is - how come they are called SUN corals if they only seem to come out at night?
    each polyp looks like the sun?

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    Nice sun coral! You can't go wrong buying from pruess!

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    That's nice, how often should you feed those, I wanted one but I read you have to feed often, and I travel a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by fidelcamilo View Post
    That's nice, how often should you feed those, I wanted one but I read you have to feed often, and I travel a lot
    At least a couple times a week. Better if fed daily.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iyachtuxivm View Post
    At least a couple times a week. Better if fed daily.
    What he said. Thanks for the Compliments.

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