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  1. General Reef Discussion
    This thought emerged after I saw my mushroom digest an extract of reef roids ... and I would like to know more ... In general, how can you tell if your corals is digesting on what you've given them? i.e. I can tell for Goni, if each individual polyp is closing once target fed, means they are...
  2. General Reef Discussion
    Folks, I'm looking to find out what the best way to target feed a scooter dragonet. I have a weekly subscription of copepods, a culture of additional copepods, and a culture of brine shrimp (which he loves). I'm looking to find what the best way of making sure the little guy gets the most of...
  3. Marine Depot
    Coral Frenzy's new Reef Pellets are available in 0.5mm and 1mm sizes. They are great for target feeding LPS corals, zoas/palys, anemones and even your fish. Learn more in Joe's review... Coral Frenzy Reef Pellets: The ULTIMATE coral food now in pellet form MORE MARINE DEPOT NEWS...
  4. General Reef Discussion
    So, I finally did it. Upgraded from a 75 gal to a 90 gal. It took a good year for me to build and think out, thought I had it all figured out! Well guys and gals-what a wreck!! My fish are safely in a holding tank, 70 lbs LR is in the new tank with a very scant clean up crew (3 snails, 4...
  5. "Soft" corals
    How do you target feed a green star polyp? I use a turkey blaster to feed it with Mysis shrimp but then it retracted. Any suggestions or help? Appreciated.
  6. "Soft" corals
    Last night I fed brine shrimp to my very first corals, yellow polyps and button polyps. I read online that it was good to target feed brine shrimp to each individual in the colony. They grabbed those shrimp up quick and their thin tubes were full and fat in no time! I wondered how often...
  7. General Reef Discussion
    Hi guys, just wondering what you guys might use to target feed some of your critters without having to get your hands too wet?
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