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Old 07-31-2009, 11:51 PM   #51
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thats not a lobo. thats the money you could be saving with geico.
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Old 07-31-2009, 11:53 PM   #52
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A tree sponge would look cool next to that acan. Youknow, where the other corals are IMO.
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Old 08-01-2009, 12:04 AM   #53
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thats not a lobo. thats the money you could be saving with geico.
wtf lol!
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Old 08-01-2009, 01:51 AM   #54
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A tree sponge would look cool next to that acan. Youknow, where the other corals are IMO.
Ok, to quote someone else... wtf? Tree sponge?
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Ok, to quote someone else... wtf? Tree sponge?
Tree sponge: http://liveaquaria.com/product/prod_...577&pcatid=577

I found them last night and i love the look of them.
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wow good job on the find etunes! wow! that sure is purdy!
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SM & HN I love the latest additions and full tank shots. You know that tree sponge thingy Etunes linked you to looks pretty cool, what do you think?
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Hey HN1/SM, can you guys successfully keep zoas with the nova extreme pro?
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thats not a lobo. thats the money you could be saving with geico.
LMAO!!!!!!!!!!

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SM & HN I love the latest additions and full tank shots. You know that tree sponge thingy Etunes linked you to looks pretty cool, what do you think?
We have never seen one around here, and with the amazing selection of coral at the shops in the area, not to mention club members, I really can't see us ordering anything online. Plus, it's listed as difficult to keep in the LA page.

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Hey HN1/SM, can you guys successfully keep zoas with the nova ,extreme pro?
Um, yes, check out our zoa pics! LOL. We have more than 10 varieties of zoas and palys in the tank. Some of them just do better toward the bottom of the tank, or in shaded areas.
We have some sps corals too, that are doing quite well. I would definitely recommend the NEP if it is in the budget.
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A tree sponge would look cool next to that acan. Youknow, where the other corals are IMO.
That is sweet! I'd never heard of them. From what I gather, sponge are really tough to keep and most die in aquaria. I'm afraid that other than the pineapple sponges that pop up they're out of our league (for now). Great find though!

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SM & HN I love the latest additions and full tank shots. You know that tree sponge thingy Etunes linked you to looks pretty cool, what do you think?
We'd kill it unfortunately. I think they need fairly specific setups and regimented dosing. It looks awesome though!
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