plate coral...

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    chuysvt hi

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    does my plate coral look healty..too you.
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Yes. It looks very healthy.
     
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    chuysvt hi

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    thanks...its the first one that i have..i see alot of plate corals...not doing so good...i was worried...
     
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    Nice coral looks happy to me.glad its on the sand.see so many people buy those and mount it on the rock work like a frag duuuuuuh.
     
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    It looks like its a little contracted to me, the tentacles on mine spread out more. I did not do enough research on this before bringing it home - it was my first impulse purchase. As it turns out, the Long Tentacle Plates are very difficult to keep in captivity. Make sure you feed it.
     
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    chuysvt hi

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    thats why i got the short tentacle...they did had the long tentacle...but they told me that there were hard to care for...
     
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