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    Default Christmas tree worms.

    Well since I have always wanted Christmas tree worms, i finally got 1 today and i love it soooo much. I was wondering if i put a BUNCH of them in my tank, if they would be ok. How much lighting do they need? what do i feed them? will my royal gramma pick on them?or my goby or my pistol shrimp? also is there anyway to move them out of there little holes so i can put them on smaller rocks?

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    you should really research before you buy !! christmas tree rocks have a very low captive survival rate from what i have read on them. some believe they require INTENSE light, some think not so intense. the worms should be ok with your fish but please dont try to frag them.

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    Christmas tree rocks? its just live rock. i got it from the LR tank there were three different ones there. btw thats why i only have one i am researching now... but i have been reading they justlike normal lighting.

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    they are not on corals they are on LR

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