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What type of fish is in the middle of CaptiveReefs (top left corner of page...hint it is the main character in Finding Nemo) )

Anyone for some nudi pics!


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    iyachtuxivm - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Anyone for some nudi pics!

    So as the title states
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    Found him in my work nano. What do you think the possibility is that was the only one? Also I am pretty sure but what do you think zoa eating type? I wonder where it came from? I dip most of my corals do you think it could have been in the rock? Its been up since feb and this is the first time I noticed it.

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    iyachtuxivm - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    If I could catch my leopard wrasse I know he would eat them. Dont think he would be to happy in a 7 gallon tank though.

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    when was your latest addition added to the tank??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Patrick View Post
    when was your latest addition added to the tank??
    I added a frag of galaxea at the end of march. It came from my bosses tank you know I didnt even dip that. He had it for about a month and he doesnt have these in his tank a 14g bio.

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    I would dip/inspect all your zoas possible- and see if anything pops off- and inspect for eggs while you are at it.

    If you dont find any more- you might be lucky.

    No matter what though- keep a close eye on everything.

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    yea gonna really start watching it. So far no casualities everything is growin good and spreading so keep fingers crossed. I may try to wait on a massive dipping most everything is attached to the rock and its just one so... after the contest I may do that. Its all so happy right now dont want to ruin that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chort55 View Post
    well just like adding on to a house... time to knock a wall out and add on LOL

    Train your harliquin to eat it, never know might be possible lol
    Ill just drill a hole and plumb it in to my 75g. oh wait I really dont want those in there my luck the wrasse would go "no way I aint eating those everything else yes but not those". Harly would never do it. Why cant stuff be more accomodating you know! Like this- hey starfish can you grab that really expensive frag that fell in the deepest darkest reaches of the tank? Sure no problem be right back mighty bringer of food! oh well. lol

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    Nice find and pics. In my personal experience zoa eating nudis take on the color of the zoa they are eating. That's what makes them so easy to find at night with a blue LED flash light.
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    it was crawling on the front glass. lol All the zoos are fine the only thing that is not doing good is a piece of spongodes. He is/was the color of the mohawks though, but they are growing out of control maybe I should have left him. lol

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    Nice thread title... caught my attention!

    Watch out for eggs, they are sprial shaped and generally visible when the polyps are closed. I snuff them out with a tooth pick and then dip the piece again to rinse them off.

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