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Old 11-23-2008, 01:45 AM   #1
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blue lollypop tunicate

does any one know how to frag the blue lollypop tunicate
60 ga. SPS tank w/ 2 - 175w 20k halides, korallin 1502 calcium reactor w/ph contorler
24ga. SW nano w/150 HQI
180ga. FW aggresive fish
125ga. FW w/60ga. sump. VERY aggresive fish
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