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Old 08-03-2009, 06:51 PM   #1
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Blasto's and Duncans Gone Wild!!!

Just sharing these pics of blastos and my duncan with their young after just a couple of weeks of directing feedings.
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The following is a pic of the first one eating even the little kid has grabbed a mysid shrimp and won't let go!
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They look very nice.
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Wish I could get my hands on duncans..... Looks great!
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thnxs guys! I thought duncans were now very common.
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Petland nar me has yet to get some and I don't want to order online
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JS that looks great. Your coralline is taking off too. I tell you if you feed your Duncans they grow like weeds. Nice weeds to say the least.
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Hey have you tried a local reef club? Maybe one of the members has a duncan frag.

Thincat the pvc is going thru changes. The lower portions are completely covered and the higher parts that are closer to mh's aren't as covered. Interesting that the higher parts seemed IMO had more coralline algae when the dosing of 2 parts solutions were used, than with a ca reactor.
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Maybe you where greatly overdosing the 2 part...Not!lol could be the coralline likes the less bright underspots.
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I agree!
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