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Duncan Coral Advice

Discussion in 'Help and Advice' started by SamGriff87, Sep 3, 2019.

  1. SamGriff87

    SamGriff87 Registered

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    I have a duncan coral he has been in my tank for a few weeks now and he is lovely and doing really well, my question is, do i leave him on the small rock/platform he came on or do i need to remove him from it and attach to somewhere else (seems a daft question now I've written it) just curious what u seasoned marine lovers suggest. Sorry not the best pic... he's sleeping!!
     

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  2. fuzzyferret83

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    You can leave him on that or move it, either is fine. Did you dip it before putting it in your tank?
     
  3. SamGriff87

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    Hi yes i acclimated him over 2hours, i floated for 30min then dripped for an hour and half and he seems to be happy where he is, ive attached a better pic now he's awake lol
     

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    jim_fitz Admin Staff Member

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    looks perfectly happy where he is
    might be worth fixing it permanently to the rock so it doesnt fall over
     
  5. SamGriff87

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    Thanks jim_fitz, i'm off to my LFS soon so will get some aquascapping glue and secure him where he is i think
     
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