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Old 03-29-2004, 09:34 PM   #1
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Added some new softies - pics !

Got these guys at the LFS this weekend. Are they all varieties of Ricordia Florida ? I'm pretty new to these
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Old 03-29-2004, 09:40 PM   #2
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I'm jealous...I love ricordia, but they are so expensive down here. My LFS charges 10.00 PER POLYP! Each rock has 7-10 ricordia on it...Yeah, they would have to be flashing pink and green for me to pay that much for them.

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My store actually was charging 15-25 per polyp !! Fortunately he had some singles and gave me a discount. Now all I gotta do is wait for them to multiply
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That one looks like a yuma to me, but could be an R. florida. The other two look like R. florida.

Squishy, you should be looking online
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I agree the one looks like a yuma and the other two floridas. But very nice. I love ricordia especially the BLUE ones. My favorite.
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I have to buy on line. I have seen them only once at my LFS and at 30.00 per I left them there...
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