Bit of a softy tank

Discussion in 'General Discussions and Advice' started by Mike, 11 Jan 2008.

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    What a stunning tank. its actually a pity so much of the hobby is SPS dominated.
     
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    Hi Mike - Alan - I agree - this is one of the MOST colorful softy tanks that I have EVER seen! WOW! 53 different color morphs of zoanthids!
    I just WISH! I have never even SEEN so many different color morphs ANYWHERE in SA at ANY LFS!
     
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    Now that is what I am trying to strive for. I also think softies is better looking, they move in the flow, retract, expand and also have beautiful colours. Beautiful tank. Thank you Wee Man
     
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    You guys see the amount of iodine that he uses?
     
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    havent read through that thread.but that is awsome
     
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    Stunning tanks.
     
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    Mike Thread Starter Retired Moderator

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    As long as you do your homework and keep similar species together and different ones apart, you will be fine.
    For instance Euphylia can be evil to other corals, but not usually to each other.
     
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    OK, keep this in mind
     
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