Red People Eater Palythoa TimeLapse2
Red People Eater Palythoa TimeLapse3
During feeding, with the pump off, I put some shaved frozen mysis shrimp above the palys so that they can chose what pices to consume.
Zoanthid Polyp Feeding
Do you think that Zoanthids are benefitting from direct feeding as I've shown here.
Red people eater
Red People Eater palys
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