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Old 08/26/2019, 02:06 PM   #1
mike61289
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Soprano zoa placement

I just purchased a frag of 3.5 (1 growing in) soprano zoas. They have been on my sandbed for a week. My turbo snails started ramming themselves over their plug and knocking it upside down. I decided to move the plug onto the rockwork 2 days ago where I keep my other zoas and palys to avoid the snail ramming. Since then, 2/4 polyps have been closed. I moved them back to the sandbed yesterday with the hope that they would open again. Same 2 polyps are still open.

Any recommendations on the best placement for them in terms of light and flow? Thanks.


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