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  1. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    Need more blue & purple corals

    Purple Stylo
  2. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    Identify this creature please

    Phew... That helps...
  3. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    Identify this creature please

    Could the bristleworm in question be Fireworm? I came across the following article. My worm also appeared while I was feeding the tank. "One of the first hints you’re dealing with a fireworm is that you actually see it. This aggressive species doesn’t always wait until dark to eat. If you suddenly see a worm with bristles emerge during feeding time, the chances are high that it’s a fireworm."
  4. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    Identify this creature please

    Saw it for the 1st time
  5. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    Mushroom behavior

    My Superman mushroom does it occasional. It could be because of light, or water parms. I leave them as is and they go back to their normal self.
  6. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    Weeping Willow Toadstool?

    One of the members identified it as Weeping Willow Toadstool. Can anyone else confirm if it is indeed the same?
  7. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    Is this Favia coral?

    This was the 1st time i did freshwater dip. Been reading a lot. SO did it. In a way, it helped me . On doing a freshwater dip, a black worm like thing with many legs got dislodged from the coral. Dont know if it was a harmful pest or not. If I ever do a freshwater dip again, it will be for a real short duration.
  8. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    Is this Favia coral?

    Fingers crossed. I have him on the sandbed wedged between 2 rocks. Hoping to move glue him to a rock later this week. For some reason, I think that somehow I damaged him (either during tansit or prolonged freshwater dip ~30seconds)
  9. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    Is this Favia coral?

    Thanks. DO you know what specific kind of Lepto?
  10. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    Is this Favia coral?

    Today's shot. Looks more like Lepto. Can you identify it positively?
  11. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    how many drip acclimate?

    I only float the bag for temp acclimatization. I then take the livestock out and out it into the tank.
  12. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    Is this Favia coral?

    Thanks. I will put him under a rock where he will get indirect light & low flow.
  13. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    Is this Favia coral?

    Even I am leaning a bit towards Lepto looking at all the images on internet. I wanted a LPS as I am unable to keep SPS. If it is indeed a Lepto, I am keeping my fingers crossed. The frag looked healthy at LFS. I think the fresh water dip did not go well...
  14. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    Is this Favia coral?

    Oops.. He looked pretty good at the LFS. maybe the lights played part. I did a fresh water dip after I got him. Would that cause the coral to look battered? It was for few seconds... As soon as I put it into freshwater, once black pest with many legs dislodged from it. Hope it pulls through.
  15. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    Is this Favia coral?

    Thats what LFS told me.
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