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Old 12/19/2006, 07:33 PM   #1
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why do my finger and toad open and close??

i have several corals in my tank, last week i added a spaghetti finger leather and a green toad stool. My question is is after day 2 ive notice them opening/bloomng and closing/shrinking several times thruout the day. They look very healthy. Is this normal or should i be concerned?

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Old 12/21/2006, 07:02 PM   #2
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they are porbably getting used to the lighting.... i say give them time and see what happens... maybe a solid week or 2.

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