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Old 04/04/2007, 09:08 AM   #31
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Originally posted by Jamokie01
Gflat that isnt a pulsing sinularia, looks more like nepthya to me.

As for the actual pulsing, its differs alot from tank to tank. I have two 8-10 inch colonies and mine pulse 100% of the time, under T-5's with low-moderate flow. Its not all the polyps at once but several polyps pulsing in totally different areas of the leather at a time. Very sporatic and random. Has nothing to do with being irritated or touched by another inhabitant.
I'd love to see a picture. Not to doubt you, but that's not my experience nor anyone else's I've read. I wonder if there is something in your tank that promotes active constant pulsing. Mine is in a very high flow area.

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