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Old 03-16-2010, 01:25 AM   #221
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No sorry ryshark. Glad to hear he is well and you've got no ich running around.
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Old 03-22-2010, 09:50 PM   #222
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Here you go! The Achilles and the New Coral I bought yesterday, plus my Red Plant which I already had.

The 4-big fish in formation


Achilles Tang


Tyree Rouge Millie


Palmers Blue Millie


Pink Smoothie Digi


ORA Red Planet
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Those are some awesome frags ryshark. I really like the red planet to. If you don't mind my asking, how much do those frags run for?
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Those are some awesome frags ryshark. I really like the red planet to. If you don't mind my asking, how much do those frags run for?
Thanks Zer0! I don't mind at all. The prices I paid for the corals above are:
Pink Smoothie Digi $40
Palmers Blue Millie $40
Rouge Millie $50
Red Planet $55 (Here is the picture of the RedPlanet when I first got it)
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Old 03-23-2010, 01:25 AM   #225
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Nice ryshark!
You get great growth as we can see.
Love the smoothie. Wouldn't mind a frag of that.
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Yeah, i really like the smoothie as well. It has very nice colors.

Thanks for the info ryshark. Those are some pretty costly corals, but so worth it. Have you ever seen the rainbow monticap? I think that's what it may be.. rainbow something.. lol. It looks like the seasons greetings monti you have.. only it has a wide array of some very vibrant colors.
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Old 03-23-2010, 02:55 AM   #227
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Nice ryshark!
You get great growth as we can see.
Love the smoothie. Wouldn't mind a frag of that.
Thanks Mitchell, I can't wait for that Smoothie to grow
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Yeah, i really like the smoothie as well. It has very nice colors.

Thanks for the info ryshark. Those are some pretty costly corals, but so worth it. Have you ever seen the rainbow monticap? I think that's what it may be.. rainbow something.. lol. It looks like the seasons greetings monti you have.. only it has a wide array of some very vibrant colors.
Those are more costly because they are "Limited Edition" or "name brand" corals. You can get much larger pieces for less money if they don't have the title. I think the monti you are talking about is the rainbow monti but it is not a cap. It is an encrusting monti(like the seasons greetings). That would be cool if thre was a cap version of it, but I don't think so. Not yet at least. Here is the rainbow monti on this site, it is also a Tyree/reeffarmers piece.... http://reeffarmers.com/
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Here is the one and only sps I bought off ebay awhile back. This thing has become HAIRY... so hairy you can hardly see the colors
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What were the colours? And do you mind awfully posting a FTS?
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