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Old 06-10-2014, 01:18 AM   #421
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A little over a year
That seems to be a pretty fast grower then. How about the birdnest, it a fast grower?
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Old 06-10-2014, 01:21 AM   #422
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That seems to be a pretty fast grower then. How about the birdnest, it a fast grower?

Yeah, Duncans are fast growers, birdsnests as well. The guttatus' growth can actually get overwhelming haha
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Old 06-10-2014, 01:26 AM   #423
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Yeah, Duncans are fast growers, birdsnests as well. The guttatus' growth can actually get overwhelming haha
Awesome! Gonna add another to my list then lol.
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Yeah the Ponapes is awesome an grows much tighter than my green guttatus...which grows like a weed lol. I'd definitely put bn near the top of easier sps corals
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Yeah the Ponapes is awesome an grows much tighter than my green guttatus...which grows like a weed lol. I'd definitely put bn near the top of easier sps corals
Will do. I always thought that bn was an easy SPS but was scared to even try SPS. I can see where this will help me ease into them.
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If you get green bn, just give it lotsa light and flow. Mine loves it! Not enough light and it will stay brownish. But once they take off...wow
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If you get green bn, just give it lotsa light and flow. Mine loves it! Not enough light and it will stay brownish. But once they take off...wow
Thanks for the advice Bribo...i am taking notes on everything I can lol. I an see where the bn will fit in perfectly with the theme I am planning on, IF the rock I ordered works out....will see tomorrow.
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And you called me a show off . I have to get some sunny d's, I don't care if I have room or not
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Haha I know I'm showing off too . The sunny D's are by far my favorite morph in my tank. Believe it or not they took like 4 days to fully open...got all 4 polyps for $10
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Wow that's a steal, I usually see them $10+ pp
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