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Actinic Pearlberry


Actinic Pearlberry

A closeup of my glowing Pearlberry's spotted tissue under Blues & Royals only from my Aqua Illumination.


    Too blue to be honest... I like your tank, but I think your corals would stand out better against 14k or less... You will be able to tell if the coral is truly blue. Right now, everything in your tank looks washed out and blue, purple-blue or green-blue... JMO
    I mean, yes, it's VERY blue, but the background is blue and it blends in... You know it's not truly blue when everything in the tank is the same color.
    Actually, I was gonna buy some, and I spent about 30 minutes looking at it... So yes, I do know what it looks like. ;) I'm not bashing it. I was giving my honest opinion that you overreacted to. It's a great photo, but you took my advice too personally. ;)
    Go to edit, then check the box that says "Only check this if you want to completely remove your post!" Fail :P
    Is that an AEFW bite mark at the top? Not saying it is, just giving you a heads up. o__o
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    SouthFlorida_Tron
    Dec 09 2011 02:31 PM
    What's an AEFW?
    Acropora eating flatworms...big PITA common pest
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    SouthFlorida_Tron
    Dec 09 2011 02:34 PM
    Ah, pretty sure the tank is pest free... Have had all the corals for long enough & am yet to see anything anywhere. I will keep a close eye!
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    SouthFlorida_Tron
    Dec 09 2011 02:37 PM
    Do peppermints eat flatworms?
    :\ IIRC it's pretty much just wrasse and some other fish that will eat them. They're pretty difficult to get rid of if you have them. A dip would confirm - that little pale thing could be anything. Google images "aefw bite marks" and you'll probably have an idea of what the bites look like.