The Reef Tank banner

christmas tree worms

  1. General Reef Discussion
    Picked up a rock with about 5 Christmas Tree worms on it. LFS said to feed them once a week with Phytofeast. He suggested 5ML once a week. Is that enough to broadcast feed a 75G tank? Any tips I can get would help. Thanks, Oh and a pic.
  2. General Reef Discussion
    Hi All, I'm designing a tank for our aquarium and have fallen in love with the iidea of placing Christmas tree worms in the tank. However I need to know what other species of fish and salt water animals would mix well with this polychaetes worm. Is anyone able to give me some ideas ...
  3. General Reef Discussion
    ok, my camera is not good enough to get pictures of what im talking about, there is 2 feathers, 1 black, 1 red, that are the size of a toadstool polyp on it, & a black spot that looks like its been burnt..whats going on here ?
  4. Northeast Florida Marine Aquarium Society
    I have some questions about christmas tree worm rocks. The internet hasn't been that helpful all the sites say pretty much the same thing which isn't much. Does anyone have/had one that they don't mind talking about?
  5. SPS Coral Forum
    does anyone have this coral ? if so could u tell me how u care for it and any special requirements? because im hoping to get one soon.
  6. Margaritaville
    i finally got all the pics back from my cruise last week . all the underwater pics where taken with a disposable underwater camera so the quality is not the best , the ones taken above were taken with a digital so the quality is much better , but unfortunatly there aren't many . the cruise was...
  7. General Reef Discussion
    Hello all, I was wondering if anybody knows a link or web sight that sells rocks with Christmas Tree Worms already living on it? I just think that these animals are so beautiful and awsome> Thank You
  8. "Soft" corals
    Show us yours. :) I got a purple-tip anemone a few weeks ago and want to compare him to some others, as far as how he looks. I'm wanting to learn more about them and I figure this is a fun way to start ID-ing different kinds. Thanks!
  9. Pests, Hitchhikers, and Diseases
    I just noticed this. It doesn't look like a feather duster. It almost looks like a Chrismas tree worm This is just cropped a bit closer <TABLE cellSpacing=1 cellPadding=2 width="100%" border=0><TBODY><TR><TD class=tddetails vAlign=top align=left> </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
  10. "Soft" corals
    anyone keeping these coral's lately.?.last time i tried one they were as hard as carnations are today. & is the rumor of them killing your tank with toxins when they die truth or myth?:wavey: :read:
  11. Tank Specs
    I have more than one tank, will add others later. Pardon the mess - fighting with it all the time. While I'm able to keep most of corals and filter-feeders alive and well, I have to change setups (and add the new nano-tanks) to fit their needs, not set the tank and fill it with animals who...
  12. General Reef Discussion
    Do any of you have christmas tree worms, can we see some pics??
  13. Substrate Free Tank Husbandry (Bare bottomed)
    o.k. i had some shots that i was gonna post in my other thread but after looking at them i thought it would be funnier to play the guessing game ! i only have a few and i will start out easy and save the hardest for last . common name is o.k. .... so lets get ready to rumble ..... oh and after...
  14. General Reef Discussion
    Some new shots after my latest re-aquascaping:
  15. Northeast Florida Marine Aquarium Society
    Jason from TRT Sponser "Coral Frenzy" has been kind enough to provide me with enough samples for the majority of our members to try. You can post your questions/comments about the product after you get your sample in the Coral Frenzy forum here on TRT. These samples are available to NFMAS...
  16. General Reef Discussion
    Any pics?
  17. Northeast Florida Marine Aquarium Society
    Here is a link to some great pictures........click on the slide show on the right hand side. http://www.nikonnet.com/dyn/articles/article_detail/234.html Amazing stuff.
  18. General Reef Discussion
    I have kept them under halides with no problems but has anyone kept the alive under other lighting? just wondering as I am moving soon and would like to keep this however it would be under vho's and pc for some time.
  19. General Reef Discussion
    Best pic I could get, they are very shy.
  20. Rochester Minnesota Marine Aquarium Club (RMMAC)
    We purchased a single smallish (2-3 baseball sized) rock from Exotic World of Fish this evening. So far, we have found: 2-3 color morphs of zoanthids (which we bough the rock for) Encrusting porites with Christmas tree worms 2 zoanthid-eating sundial snails (captured and sentenced to death...
Top