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  1. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    Toadstool question ID help

    Looks a bit like mine.
  2. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    How to feed corals....

    I do feed the fish first. If you observe, the clown just wants to attack. earlier, he used to attack to take the food and feed it to the Duncan coral (who hosts him). But now, he is just mean....
  3. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    How to feed corals....

    This is a great idea. Will try it.
  4. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    How to feed corals....

    ... when clown thinks he owns the tank. I cannot spot feed my corals anymore. The clown just wants to take a piece of my hand. Maybe I should get a bigger clown to teach him a lesson :)
  5. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    Coral Warfare : Mushroom vs Chalice (Mushroom is winning)

    Front view pic.
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    Coral Warfare : Mushroom vs Chalice (Mushroom is winning)

    The only place the shroom is touching the chalice is on the left hand side ?(red circle). Mama shroom cannot touch chalice because of its height. I will try to take a front view tomorrow.
  7. A small coral warfare is happening right now in my tank. It is Superman mushroom (baby) vs Chalice. Surprisingly, baby mushroom is winning. I thought it would be the other way around. I am planning to wait and watch. The mama mushroom is producing lot of babies and hence I am not worried about mushroom. I want my Chalice to survive this battle. I hope it does not affect Chalice a lot.
  8. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    Need more blue & purple corals

    Purple Stylo
  9. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    Identify this creature please

    Phew... That helps...
  10. 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."
  11. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    Identify this creature please

    Saw it for the 1st time
  12. 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.
  13. fishkeepersaltnfresh

    Weeping Willow Toadstool?

    One of the members identified it as Weeping Willow Toadstool. Can anyone else confirm if it is indeed the same?
  14. 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.
  15. 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)
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