Majano?

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  1. Warr7207

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    Yep, thats one of them little buggers alright
     
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    How long u reckon I can keep them till they become a problem ?

    PS: You still awake :p
     
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    I am now:) get rid, they spread quite quickly
     
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    Yeah, but what damage do they do to the livestock in the tank ?
     
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    Mekaeel Moderator MASA Contributor

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    grow fast and sting other corals
     
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    jacquesb Retired Moderator

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    Yep Warr - definitely Majano.... perhaps start a seperate little majano tank - you don't need much .... just some light (you don't even require filtration - as they will most likely survive withou filtration, without water changes - just with some light :))
     
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    At present I have it growing next to a Zoa colony, guess who is winning ?
     
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    I dunno? Zoa's? This would be interesting to know - because aptaisia causes zoa's to contract....
     
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    You can start a Majano filter ;)
     
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    Wrong way round, Zoa causing Majano to contract :)
     
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    wait till he grows up - i started with one (3 months ago i think) - now have 2
     
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    Warr: Those look like green paly's rather than green zoa's to me
     
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    Palys / Zoas same difference :p
     
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    If you look closely tho the paly's actually take up some of your substrate/sand to form part of their body. Also have much longer stalks ;)
     
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    Hey ???

    I have none of these in my sand
     
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    no no. look at the paly itself. You can see little sand particles in its "flesh". Zoo's dont do this
     
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    iaslo have one, looks very nice under actanic:p
     
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    You only have one, I have them growing like weed out of the LR :whistling:
     
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