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Discussion in 'Soft Corals' started by Raven, 17 May 2008.

  1. Raven

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    Hi guys, can you please give some tips regarding caring for Zoa's?
    Like - feeding them, lights required, and what possible predators one must be on the lookout for.
    For example i've noted that i have some bristle worms in the tank - should i be wary of these?
     
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  3. Warr7207

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    No feeding required, low to middle light - eg- T5's

    Bristle worm won't be a prob. Not many predators around other than angel and butterfly fish. There is a disease zoa's get but not very common.
     
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    As above, they are pretty bullet proof as corals go, as long as they open up every day there is not much else to look out for, but if they remain closed up, look out for either zoa spiders (which are around 5mm big) or nudibranchs - sea slugs which will look very much like the zoas they are eating.
     
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