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Old 12/20/2006, 05:29 PM
crombie15 crombie15 is offline
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torch coral

i often should i be feeding my torch coral...its got about 4 heads....i have been feeding it shrimp...i have been feeding twice a week...should i be feeding more...thanks!
Old 12/20/2006, 07:33 PM
nmprisons nmprisons is offline
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I never directly feed my LPS (except my dendros, lords, chalice, and micros) and they are fine.
25gallon tank up and cycling since 7/29/06

Mostly LPS reef (lords, micros, duncans, etc.) with some ricordia florida and zoanthids.
Old 12/20/2006, 09:17 PM
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I never feed my euphillia either and they are all fat and happy. just alittle cyclopeeze and artic pods tot he tank
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Old 12/21/2006, 11:01 AM
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my personal experience with the torch coral is that I don't need to feed it. However, it seem healthier when I place it toward higher in the tank where it can receiver better lights.
Old 12/21/2006, 11:40 AM
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Agreed, no need to feed a torch.
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