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    Polyp Feeding?

    Just wondering what all I should be, if anything, feeding these other then light and flow.



    Thanks
    Scott

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    those are some kind of zoanthids or polyzanthoa right? they don't really need feeding, but it does help tremendously

    they can deal with mid to low lighting, as i recall you have normal output flourencets? put the near middle with a good moderate flow.

    cyclopeeze would be the ideal feed for these guys.

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    Great that was what I thought, any idea if I can pick them up in Kingston?

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    I feend mine frozen brine shrimp with a turkey baster.Also use it for mushrooms and others.

    jim

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    that works too, especially if you enrich the brine first

    i'm feeding my zoos micro-vert, its work good

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    Ive even ground up my flake food and mixed it with water and they will eat that, At least my yellow polyps did.
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