Discussion in 'General LPS Discussion' started by MarvinsReef, Nov 10, 2009.
The colors on that one are insane!!
I like this one a lot! I still have the one I got from you awhile back!
Absolute gems in this thread. I got my first ever scolly, a bleeding apple. I'd like to know if you guys feed them, if so how often and what sort of foods? thanks.
Here's my scoly that a few months ago started developing babies around the mother. There is 7 or 8 now
This is amazing, I wonder what triggers some Scolymia to do this over others? Do you feed it?
This is so insane that it looks fake it's that unbelievable, how much is something like that worth? Do you have a feeding routine?
I have no Idea what sparked the growth. They developed off the skirt of the mother which is bizarre to me, I feed with a mixture of reef roids, Larry's reef frenzy, tropic marin reef actif, and dose supplements with bionic. My tank is super LPS heavy running kessils
As for what they're worth I'm accepting bids. Lol
Had this scoly for 3 years now
This fatty loves being fed
Aussie Bounce Scollie
This is cool! Never saw one develop babies before.
Awesome!! Bounce Scoly!!
All we're give to me in rough shape. Really bad shape.
Nice Scolys! One thing that I've found for any LPS coral that are damaged, especially low light corals, give them much less light. It will help with the healing process. Hope this helps!
Hungry little dude.
Looking very good!
A couple of new ones. Master and rainbow on the right. Both eating
Need some help i have a bunch of tube like sticks coming out from the sides of the skeleton should i break those off
Check out the side of the green one.
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