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  1. gaboon

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    Got these today...

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    Green star polyp

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    Torch coral
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    Should I banish my big blue legged hermit to the sump?
     
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  3. viper357

    viper357 Admin MASA Contributor

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    Nice, I enjoy the torch corals.
     
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    If he is going eat the coral straight to the sump, check it out
     
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    gaboon Thread Starter

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    Do I need to target feed any of these?
     
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    Nope, they will do fine on their own.
     
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    Thats what's so great about these softies :thumbup: They feed,grow and generally are happy chappies even for us beginners
     
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    Nice to see they look healthy already nick!
     
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    jacquesb Retired Moderator

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    Hi Gaboon - Great selection! Beautiful fan worm there! And the torch is GREAT too - I too have one - mine has grown tremendously.... Regarding the blue-legged hermit - keep a VERY close eye on it.... Don't chuck it until you actually see it doing damage... It would/should still do a decent job keeping your tank clean until such a time!
     
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    Next time you get an urge to ask this question, do it before you buy the coral, there are many beautiful corals out there that need specialist care, so best to find out before you part with the hard earned.;)
     
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    Yeh thanks, they settled in quickly. The hermit has already dislodged the polyps and is eyeing out the torch. Gonna see if I can exchange him at the lfs. Doesn't seem like much of a life banished to the sump.
     
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    It is a great life they have no one to compete with for food or living space. My sump hermits seem quite happy.
     
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    all looking very cool man
     
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