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- Jun 19, 2016
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If I remember what I've read correctly, there shouldn't be. The rfa will just get taller and block light from the zoas to keep from being over run. Ron Reefman says that he has baby rfa's growing in the middle of zoa colonies without harm to eitherI accounted for all the new rfa. Two have moved. One is on the rocks and the other has tucked it self behind a rock.
One moved about 2 inches to snuggle up next to some zoas. Any concern about that.
@Dr. Dendrostein is the man to ask. He uses them and has discussed in his thread a few times. Here is a search of his threadI have had small or little neck clams but I can't keep them for more than 7 months.
Will oysters live in our reefs. Or do we need a certain kind.