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different look at my reef  :P

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can snail damage soft corals ? :damn:

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Very few snails are coral eaters and almost none found in reef tanks. My snails occasionally bump corals and cause them to retract but dont damage them.

A picture of the snail and the coral you think is damaged would help...

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here my snail and my coral not looking good  ;)

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my new coral  :tongue-love:

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Reply #20

YaY! Seriatopora Guttatus aka Green Hystrix

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Reply #21

Green star polyps are hit and miss and can just melt for no reason.
Can’t really see what’s wrong with your snail.

Very nice, we’re did you get it from.


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Reply #22

The green hystrix?


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Reply #23

Lol i thought I recognised it, I took about 20 frags of it in to them, so it’s one of the bits I put on here for sale.

If you want so hirsuta, purple stylo or forest fire then give me a shout.


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I’m in Camberley, send me a pm if your interested and I will give you my number and send you some pictures


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Reply #25

Yes that’s fine, send me it on pm


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Reply #26

Now I remember this was the for sale thread

I still have the forest fire and hirsuta in the pictures

Easy sps frags
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Reply #27

Hi I could deliver if you want enough bits that’s a porites sps


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Use your siphon hose to suck it up during a water change. It comes away very easily with a little suction.

Look up “how to remove red cyano” in YouTube. Lots of advice there.
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Reply #29

up dated picture
up dated my pictures im starting to get green algee plants growing over my rock this so awesome
and also starting to get pink algee growing on my back window :tongue-love:
Last Edit: Sep 9, 2018 9:15:46 pm by carlo-holder