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Old 01-21-2014, 02:32 AM   #1
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Birdsnest new growth

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Very cool. It is always exciting to see a new coral show signs of growth in our tanks! Thanks for sharing.
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Very cool. It is always exciting to see a new coral show signs of growth in our tanks! Thanks for sharing.
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I get excited watching my birdsnest grow too. It's just a little guy and started growing soo fast approx 30% of it was new white growth. I was kind of worried for a bit because it looked like it was bleaching but I took a look at some pics I had and it was all just new growth
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I get excited watching my birdsnest grow too. It's just a little guy and started growing soo fast approx 30% of it was new white growth. I was kind of worried for a bit because it looked like it was bleaching but I took a look at some pics I had and it was all just new growth
Yeah it is awesome because you can clearly see it growing. Here it was when it when 5 months ago Click image for larger version

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