\today i fed my tank some brine shrimp and most of it fell onto my protopalythoa colony, and i saw a very cool eating session. so the entire colony got feed by accident, my question is how often should i feed these guys? from what i have read they main food source is from light, so is over feeding a bad thing or will they just grown and spread like wild fire?
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55G Coral only-soon
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It won't hurt them for sure. I feed mine zooplankton occasionally. That and whatever phyto they get from the by product of me feeding my scallops.
Won't hurt and you really can't over feed them haha, if they don't want the food they just won't take it (however usually they do lol) and in terms of the feeding they'll just take off most likely lol
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I noticed all my corals benefit from a weekly feeding
I would suggest spot feeding them so you can avoid excess food in the tank that could feed other things you don't want to grow
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