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So I found this tiny bottle, and figured, that needs some coral.. So here it is.. The start to a tiny nano.. Bookshelf nano

 

Maybe just GSP, Xenia, and majanos in there for now.. No feeding, just some sunlight and WC once a month

 

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I can give you some Hawaiian  Red "Opae ula" Shrimp. (Halocaridina rubra)

They would be ideal for that! ...I must have over 60 of them now.

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I would love a small shrimp in there.. Thanks

 

And we will see if Zoas live, it's like a smal tidal pool, but without new water exchange..

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I would love a small shrimp in there.. Thanks

 

And we will see if Zoas live, it's like a smal tidal pool, but without new water exchange..

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And we will see if Zoas live, it's like a smal tidal pool, but without new water exchange..

 

That'll be an interesting experiment. I can see once a day water change to oxygenate the water, but a month long will be an interesting observation. Keep us updated!

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