attempted scoly rescue..

Discussion in 'General LPS Discussion' started by _Alex_, Jun 29, 2011.

  1. _Alex_

    _Alex_ Valuable Member

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    wow guess i havnt updated this in a long time lol

    but the scoly is still doign great and looks amazing! here are some pictures i took this morning with the blue moon light LED's on

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    Wow! That is an awesome recovery. I have one I am nursing back to health also. How often did you feed yours, and what did you feed it?
     
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    its gets a couple new life spectrum pellets daily when feeding the tank, and i give it a peice of krill or small table shrimp now and again. low flow and low light and they recover fast!
     
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    When I fed my scoly's new life spectrum pellets they take them in then about 15 minutes later spit them all back out. Krill or anything meaty they take and keep it.
     
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    hmm nevre seen mine spit the pellets out, its spits the krill and stuff out more than anything else! hmm each creature is different thats for sure!
     
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    Old thread, but I found it as I'm trying to recover one myself. Looking at your posting dates, it took you about a year to recover this coral Good to know it's doable.. just realizing how long it takes. Good work.
     
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