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My Galaxea colony and BTA!

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The galaxea reminds me of Goni and or a cup coral
 
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The galaxea reminds me of Goni and or a cup coral
I thought it looked like a cup coral too I really like the way it’s growing other than the fact that’s it’s the perfect place to collect the sand my goby moves around
 

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This was supposed to be my QT but I think like the rock work more than my DT… guess I’ll have two DT!!!!
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Out of curiosity, what's the point in rocking up your qt? I assume you plan to start with observation only?
 
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Well we got the nems and there awesome! Had a quick question about the stars I found in one of the rocks tho. Safe or not safe?
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You're good to go with those guys. They're like catnip for a coral bit of shrimp. Chong used to hunt them from under disks and just walk around with them in his claws.
 
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Pinky the Possum has come out to explore. Met the clowns up close and personal. No aggro at all. So far so good. Hopefully she’ll eat some grub tomorrow :cool:
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Gorgeous fish!!

That’s a good thing that they aren’t aggressive towards each other. I was lucky to get my clowns as a bonded pair. They were also in a tank with other fish, so they are super chill with the dottyback and goby.
 

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Gorgeous fish!!

That’s a good thing that they aren’t aggressive towards each other. I was lucky to get my clowns as a bonded pair. They were also in a tank with other fish, so they are super chill with the dottyback and goby.
I was a bit worried about the female clown because she can be a bit of a female dog , but no worries at all so far. My clowns are from the same brood ( is that the right word? ) so have lived their entire lives together.
 
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