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Anybody here encounter baby suns over live rocks in my 1 feet tank?

Do i need to feed the baby suns? or wait till its bigger?

Will my tank flooded with baby suns? as i got 30- 40 sun heads

Need some advice..

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Anybody here encounter baby suns over live rocks in my 1 feet tank?

Do i need to feed the baby suns? or wait till its bigger?

Will my tank flooded with baby suns? as i got 30- 40 sun heads

Need some advice..

They should be able to feed on cyclopeeze as they are still small, If cannot target feed, den do broadcast feeding..

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They should be able to feed on cyclopeeze as they are still small, If cannot target feed, den do broadcast feeding..

Any possilbly that might have more baby suns or flooding in.. all tank become sun coral paradise?

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Any possilbly that might have more baby suns or flooding in.. all tank become sun coral paradise?

They will die off if you dun provide them with enough feeding... You had any sun corals in your tank before???

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They will die off if you dun provide them with enough feeding... You had any sun corals in your tank before???

Yes still there in my tank. 30 to 40 heads

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Congratulations. You must be so excited. It is the first fruits of your reefing efforts. Enjoy it. Don't be overly paranoid about the baby suns. If what you have been doing results in your suns spawning, you must be doing something right. The suns basically settles and grow where they feel is ideal. Dont change anything in the setup. In a 1foot nano, it is easy for food to get around to every corner.

why not some pics so we can share your joy?

cheers!

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Just do what you are doing now and continue to feed them... They will grow and populate your tank...

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When e sun coral flooded ur tank, it will be cool bro... Post pic plz...

But when too many sun in ur tank, ur tank will be HOT... Lol :P

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When e sun coral flooded ur tank, it will be cool bro... Post pic plz...

But when too many sun in ur tank, ur tank will be HOT... Lol :P

Sorry now got 4 baby suns. They are too small for my camera to be capture.

Enjoy my full tank pic

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When e sun coral flooded ur tank, it will be cool bro... Post pic plz...

But when too many sun in ur tank, ur tank will be HOT... Lol :P

My hot suns..

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hi.. anyone uses the argent freeze dried cyclopeeze product to feed sun corals? coz one prob is they cant sink so the sun corals cant catch them to eat.. any suggestions? thanks!

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hi.. anyone uses the argent freeze dried cyclopeeze product to feed sun corals? coz one prob is they cant sink so the sun corals cant catch them to eat.. any suggestions? thanks!

Try frozen cyclopeeze, they will serve yr purpose well..

For dried cyclopeeze, you can try mix with blend food before frozen. It works well for me..

Cheers...

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hi.. anyone uses the argent freeze dried cyclopeeze product to feed sun corals? coz one prob is they cant sink so the sun corals cant catch them to eat.. any suggestions? thanks!

I use frozen brine shrimps, but u need to defrost them washed away the juice using a small net in a container before u feed.

As u dun want too much nutrients in ur tank.. :drunk:

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What u can do is also use brine or mysis shrimp to target feed using a syringe. The coral head will simply catch the food and close up to feed.

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i jus bot a colony of sun but haven open for whole week

any advise from seniors here i hv been target feedin with rotifers

but stil not openin

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same here. baby suns growing all around my live rocks. about not opening up, try to change places. maybe waves too strong

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same here. baby suns growing all around my live rocks. about not opening up, try to change places. maybe waves too strong

Nice....post pic to see...

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i jus bot a colony of sun but haven open for whole week

any advise from seniors here i hv been target feedin with rotifers

but stil not openin

Sun like water movement.. Put it at a area with high flow of water

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