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Hey guys, I just bought a piece of liverock that came with a feather duster. When I checked the tank, to my suprise I had a pretty good looking feather duster poking out.

At first I was suprised but then I was wondering if it was doing all right.

My concern is its getting to much flow. Do they need lots of flow or minimum. I am confused about this bc some say you need lots to get food but others say they don't like that much flow. When its out, should it look like its still or constantly moving from the current?<!-- google_ad_section_end --><!-- / message --><!-- sig -->
 

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First off, welcome aboard!! w0000000000000000t!!! :)

I think feather dusters can tolerate a wide range of flow. That said, I believe decent flow is better than no flow at all. Also, if it was really unhappy, it probably wouldn't come out at all. My guess is you are good to go. :)
 

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most like decent flow.i'd start with that,but i doubt it would actually die either way.newborns in my tank asually grow in the path of medium to high flow.
 
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