That's what I was thinking I just wasn't sure. Thanks for the reply.harpua2002 said:They don't. They are a non photosynthetic coral that requires target feeding. If you are willing to feed it, you should be able to keep one.
How long have you had it for?harpua2002 said:Yes, I have one now. It's awesome! One of my favorite corals in my tank. If you click on my 29 gallon reef in my signature, there are some pics of it eating in my thread, I think on the last page.
Are there any fish that would definelty be a No-No with them?harpua2002 said:I bought it from a friend a couple of months ago. He had it for a long time before that, and kept it in several tanks before he sold it to me.
Cool, what about the perching fish like a yellow goby? Will they purch on the sun coral? If so, will that hurt the sun coral? I know that sometimes they purch on some type of coral and the coral does not do well when that happens.harpua2002 said:I'd be wary of any fish that has a reputation for coral nipping. When the coral puts its polyps out, they are soft and fleshy. Seems like they would be an easy target.
Yeah, I am defenitely going to have to look around and see what I can find.harpua2002 said:GOOD LORD that's high. If you are willing to order online you can get one a lot cheaper than that!