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Old 05-02-2008, 12:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default xenia in high flow

does any one have there xenia in high flow?
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Old 05-02-2008, 02:36 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I have pulsing xenia in high flow, like seriously right next to the power head, and they love it. They split like crazy. At night the power head next to them turns off, so they can retract and sleep.
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Constant high flow for mine also. Not like Jadies's but I have a koralia 2 bouncing off the glass and the xenia is right in the direction. Best to put this coral in high flow anyways as it will lose it's pulse in low flow
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The Pink Creeping Xenia I had was just the opposite, high to mid flow-no pulse, low to no flow-it would pulse like crazy.
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I Have Pulsing Xenia In All Levels Of Tank And They Split Like Crazy. Making A Killing Selling Them To The I Like Money
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yea, i put mine in front of the return, and teh split like crazy, ive sold quite a bit to the LFS as well. too bad they dont pay though, they only give store credit till you get past $100. i love trading excess xenia for LPS corals.
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Old 05-03-2008, 12:26 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I have pink Pulsing Xenia in somewhat high flow, and they pulse like crazy during the day, and shrink up at night, looking somewhat like Gozamer's head (red tooth looking guy on Bugs Bunny).

My blue/purple non pulsing Xenia is in a somewhat high flow area too.
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I had mine in a medium flow area and they pulsed like mad
They shrunk at night to i had recently just changed tanks from a 90 to a 125 almost lost the entire colony I had but I had a tiny frag make it so far
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