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  1. General Reef Discussion
    Hi everyone, I'm just wondering what you'd all consider to be the best food for my corals and inverts. I currently have a feather duster and Branching Hammer. I've heard lots of good about marine snow and cyclops eeze but then Iv've heard some people say to use just straight phyto. Brands and...
  2. "Soft" corals
    I've been reading about featherdusters in the forum and I need a little clarity. Will these worms take over my tank? I've read they might help my tank by filtering some of the unwanted/uneaten gunk from the water column. Are they good for the tank? I don't really want to introduce something...
  3. General Reef Discussion
    I come home from work, walk past the tank and give a quick once over as I go to the kitchen to empty lunchbox. Noticed that the featherduster was tucked in its tube. No biggie. Upon further inspection, I see the feather part if the duster out of the tube, on the sand bed, pushed up against a...
  4. LPS Coral Forum
    One of my elegance specimens is not opening as large over the side of it skeleton as it use to. Last night I noticed several small featherdusters and a few critters that appear to be barnacles. Could these be irritating it and causing it not to open as wide?
  5. General Reef Discussion
    I have a ridiculous amount of featherdusters in my tank,theres about 5 per square inch and they even grow inbetween my zoanthids. What can i do to remove and prevent these little things?
  6. "Soft" corals
    I have a lr that has exploded with featherdusters. I love the movement but should I be concerned about my other coral on that rock they are close to my elegance and a candy cane. Or will the featherdusters move once stung?
  7. General Reef Discussion
    I have two feather dusters about 2 weeks old. They popped their heads off about a week after I had them. A friend said no problem...his do that all the time. They will grow back. Well, within the past 24 hours, they exited their casings and are alive laying on the floor of the aquarium. Is that...
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