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gclackum
07-29-2007, 12:51 AM
Took them Today

ouling
07-29-2007, 12:53 AM
George, how are the gobies?? What is the last picture???? That can't be zoa, and don't look like suncoral. Is it that expensive $65 per polyp stuff from Cap Bay???

gclackum
07-29-2007, 12:54 AM
Few more

gclackum
07-29-2007, 12:55 AM
George, how are the gobies?? What is the last picture???? That can't be zoa, and don't look like suncoral. Is it that expensive $65 per polyp stuff from Cap Bay???


Its a sun coral. Gobies are shy see them or at least one of them when feeding.

SJ Miller Guy
07-29-2007, 7:24 PM
Great pics:up: I wouldn't have thought you could keep a Blue Hippo and a Sailfin together in the same tank.

Nishant3789
07-29-2007, 8:02 PM
i would say dendro since it doesnt seem to have a united base.

gclackum
07-29-2007, 8:23 PM
What is Dendro?

gclackum
07-29-2007, 8:26 PM
Great pics:up: I wouldn't have thought you could keep a Blue Hippo and a Sailfin together in the same tank.

The sailfin has challenged every other Tang, I put in the tank. But never bothered the Regal????

Nishant3789
07-29-2007, 8:53 PM
What is Dendro?

a type of non-photo coral similar to sun polyps. http://www.wetwebmedia.com/dendrophylliidae.htm

gclackum
07-29-2007, 10:15 PM
a type of non-photo coral similar to sun polyps. http://www.wetwebmedia.com/dendrophylliidae.htm

If I read this correctly Tubastrea is just genus of the family dendrophylliidae. Which genus are you referencing?

leveldrummer
07-29-2007, 10:33 PM
what kinda wrasse is that in the 4th shot? great looking pics btw!

Cameron
07-29-2007, 11:42 PM
Looking very nice.

Nishant3789
07-30-2007, 6:34 AM
If I read this correctly Tubastrea is just genus of the family dendrophylliidae. Which genus are you referencing?


well see thats the problem. apparently its virtually impossible without using a microscope to look at the skeletal structure to distinguisih between it being a sunpolyps (Tubestrea) or Dendrophyllia (genus, not familiy)

gclackum
07-30-2007, 9:45 PM
what kinda wrasse is that in the 4th shot? great looking pics btw!

I was told it was a dusky wrasse. Haven't seen one like it since, maybe someone out there could give us the correct name.

gclackum
07-30-2007, 9:49 PM
well see thats the problem. apparently its virtually impossible without using a microscope to look at the skeletal structure to distinguisih between it being a sunpolyps (Tubestrea) or Dendrophyllia (genus, not familiy)

Well as long as they are cared for the same way, I guess either one works for me :)